Lame, Ridiculous Penis Seat on Public Transportation Aims to Prevent Sexual Assault

Somehow the penis seat is going to stop women from being sexually assaulted by horny Mexican men who don’t give a sh*t about feminist political correctness.

The penis seat is just another effort to disparage men. I always go back to he feminist slogan, “All men are rapists,” a slogan coined by a lesbian and used often in university classes.

That mindset led to the disgusting, obscene penis seat, one of the worst insults to men ever created. However, in Mexico it may be an approximation to the truth to say that all men are rapists.

metro.co.uk

A certain seat on Mexico’s Metro system is not as popular as the rest of them.

Known as the ‘penis seat’, the plastic is moulded into a man’s chest and groin area, complete with belly button, nipples and flaccid penis.

Video from the public transport shows people sitting down without looking first, only to leap up again when they felt something unexpected between their legs.

It is reserved for men only, leading some to claim the move is sexist.

However, it was actually put there as part of a campaign against sexual harassment.

Mexico City Metro went viral with their stunt, which is meant to illustrate that people have a right to go about their journey without being confronted by sexual comments or people trying to grope them.

Men who sit down on the seat immediately feel uncomfortable.

But a sign next to it reads: ‘It’s uncomfortable to sit here but it doesn’t compare with the sexual violence that women suffer in their everyday lives.’

The video above ends with the statistic: ‘9 out of 10 women in Mexico City have been victims of some form of sexual violence.’

Mexican relations between men and women are truly sick. Importing Mexicans into the U.S. is increasingly despoiling what little remains of American traditional culture. From Tijuana donkey shows to the tranny prostitutes in Mexico’s Boystown, the country is a cesspool of cultural degeneracy.

Let’s get the wall up and the Mexicans out. ASAP.

Alex Jones Apologizes For Promoting ‘Pizzagate’

Fire up the troops and then pull the rug out from underneath them.

Isn’t that a strategy that controlled opposition would use to demoralize the troops?

That’s what alex Jones has just done.

Interestingly, leftist Raw Story reports that the 60 Minutes interview with Mike Cernovich on Sunday night (see my earlier post on Cernovich by scrolling down the homepage) included a segment where 60 Minutes tries to debunk #pizzagate.

First, the story.

WBUR

Longtime conspiracy theorist and propagator Alex Jones has apologized to the Washington, D.C. pizzeria Comet Ping Pong and its owner James Alefantis for his show’s role in promoting the false “pizzagate” conspiracy theory involving a child sex-abuse ring.

Jones, the host of the radio and web show bearing his name and the owner of the website Infowars, said from a prepared statement that to his knowledge, “neither Mr. Alefantis, nor his restaurant Comet Ping Pong, were involved in any human trafficking as was part of the theories about Pizzagate that were being written about in many media outlets and which we commented upon.”

He continued: “I want our viewers and listeners to know that we regret any negative impact our commentaries may have had on Mr. Alefantis, Comet Ping Pong, or its employees. We apologize to the extent our commentaries could be construed as negative statements about Mr. Alefantis or Comet Ping Pong, and we hope that anyone else involved in commenting on Pizzagate will do the same thing.”

Jones’ apology Friday came the same day a 28-year-old man pleaded guilty to charges related to a December incident when he brought an AR-15 rifle and other weapons into the restaurant and fired shots inside. Edgar Maddison Welch, of Salisbury, N.C., said he drove from his home to the Washington restaurant to “self-investigate” the conspiracy theory.

False rumors on the Internet included allegations that a child sex ring was operating out of the restaurant’s nonexistent basement and that it involved Hillary Clinton and her former campaign chairman John Podesta. Employees of Comet have received many threatening phone calls and have been the targets of online harassment and death threats.

The Daily Beast reported that Welch was a Facebook fan of Jones and Infowars, and Welch told The New York Times he had listened to Jones’ radio show.

Multiple times in the statement, Jones says that “many media outlets” were reporting on the theories; it could be seen as an attempt to minimize the role his show played in their promotion.

Despite Jones’ claim that the reason for the apology is because “we think it is the right thing to do,” it may have more to do with the perceived threat of legal action from Alefantis, who wrote to Jones in February asking for several retractions. The Washington Post’s Paul Farhi explains:

“Under Texas law, the Austin-based Jones had to retract or apologize for the stories by Friday — one full month after receiving Alefantis’s letter — to avoid exposing InfoWars to punitive damages in a libel suit.”

It’s rare for Jones to make a public apology. The Infowars website has a correction section. There are only two entries, of which the Comet apology is one.

Infowars describes the mission of Jones and the website as “seeking the truth and exposing the scientifically engineered lies of the globalists and their ultimate goal of enslaving humanity.”

NPR’s David Folkenflik noted other conspiracy theories Jones has discussed:

“Jones has claimed the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks were an inside job, that the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School was a hoax, and that President Obama would round up people into concentration camps.”

Jones was not the originator of “pizzagate,” however, which has spread on social media and on sites like Reddit.

Even after its wide debunking by most mainstream media outlets, “pizzagate” continues, as evidenced by the small group of protesters who gathered near the White House on Saturday:

The Hill’s Will Sommer reports that Jones’ apology isn’t enough to sway the hard-core believers:

Social psychology professor Viren Swami of Anglia Ruskin University told NPR’s Michel Martin that it’s hard to change someone’s belief once that person accepts a conspiracy theory. “We look for evidence that fits what we already know or what we already believe, and we try to avoid information or evidence that we either disagree with or that we know doesn’t fit with our perspective,” he said. “And if someone comes along and says, here’s the evidence, your natural tendency’s actually to rehearse arguments against that evidence.”

A lawsuit by Alefantis? That seems highly unlikely. It would expose things related to the John Podesta emails that Podesta would not want exposed.

Forget about the idea that #pizzagate has been debunked, as claimed in the article. For something to be debunked, there must be an investigation. There has been no investigation of the bizarre goings on at Comet pizza.

And why hasn’t Alefantis gone after David Seaman, the subject of an earlier post (scroll down on the homepage from this post). Seaman has brutally exposed the Podesta emails to a large audience of his followers.

If anything, Seaman has more street cred than Jones, who is widely seen as controlled opposition. Seaman suffers the same labeling, but his focus in life is almost solely on #pizzagate, unlike Jones who spreads himself across numerous issues.

U.S. Media Falls in Love With Unhinged British Witch Who Wants to Bomb Russia

AMERICA NOW HAS BRITAIN’S LOUISE MENSCH. TAKE HER BACK,PLEASE.

Add the name Louise Mensch to your list of nutty anti-Trump people.

She’s right up there with “He will not divide us” Shia Lebeouf. In the case of Mensch, who’s 45 years old, Donald Trump’s slogan America First is a Nazi slogan being pushed by Russia.

Louise would be just another deranged Trump hater except for her fame and connections.

Mensch is a former member of the British Parliament, a rising political star in Britain who resigned her position in 2012. Her explanation was that she wanted to move to New York to be with her husband and family.

She’s also the former publisher of the anti-Trump conservative news site Heat Street, which was funded by Rupert Murdoch. That site gave her a platform for her views, which float around from one thing to next, often very bizarre and most likely related to some sort of mental issues she’s having, possibly related to prior hard drug use. Wikipedia offers a look at her ups and downs, which are many.

Excerpt from Russia Insider

Editor’s Note: This is a comprehensive and delightful unpacking of former Tory MP and current psychopath Louise Mensch and her insatiable appetite for bombing Russia/blaming Putin for everything. We analyzed her famous tweets in an article that you can read here.

UPDATE: PLEASE READ OUR FOLLOW-UP REPORT: Lonely Women on Twitter Take Turns Sniffing Louise Mensch’s Underwear

For some time, certain critics have been suggesting that the mainstream press gives a little too much credence to dubious conspiracy theories about Russia, theories which many Democrats have embraced out of their desire to undermine Donald Trump. Liberal commentators like Rachel Maddow and Keith Olbermann are beginning to sound a bit like Glenn Beck during the peak of the chalkboard-years. Any claim about nefarious doings by Vladimir Putin—for instance, that Russia hacked Vermont’s electric grid, or that the Naked Capitalism blog is Russian state propaganda—is spread widely by pundits without particular regard for the actual substantiating evidence.

Of course, one may disagree with this. One may believe that the media’s treatment of the Russia-Trump nexus has been sober and reasonable. But a new data point suggests otherwise: the New York Times recently published a piece on Russian hacking by Louise Mensch. And a world where the Paper of Record publishes Mensch is not a world with a sane public conversation about Russia.

Mensch is a British former Conservative MP and chick-lit author who these days spends most of her time on Twitter issuing frenzied denunciations of imagined armies of online “Putinbots.” She is—and this is no overstatement—one of the least credible people on the internet.

Let’s be clear: with Mensch, we are not talking about someone who merely “takes a hard line” on the Russia question. Mensch is legitimately paranoid and deluded. She sincerely believes that Andrew Breitbart was murdered by Vladimir Putin, that Russia is secretly operating the public wifi networks in her neighborhood, and that the 15-year-old-girl whom Anthony Weiner sexted was in reality a hacker on the Kremlin payroll. (The Daily Mail, of all places, offered a thorough debunking.) When a journalist from the London Times visited Mensch, he found her manically babbling about a “giant web” of Russia connections invisible to anyone else, her ADHD having given her a “temporary superpower.” Mensch told the reporter that a mobile florist in her neighborhood could in fact be a Russian operation dispatched to intercept her communications, an assertion that sounded like a joke but appeared to be serious. Even ex-intelligence officer Malcolm Nance, a strong believer in the Trump-Putin connection and author of The Plot to Hack America: How Putin’s Cyberspies and WikiLeaks Tried to Steal the 2016 Election, has said Mensch is “batshit crazy” and a “fruit loop.” Mensch’s children, too, seem to think she is off her gourd. As she confessed: “These days when anything goes wrong in our house, one of my kids will say: ‘Is it the Russians?’ It’s a standing joke. ‘Pizza went cold. Is it the Russians?’”

Mensch’s Russia commentary is not limited to speculations on the country’s secret misdeeds. Far more worryingly, she actively encourages the United States to start an armed conflict. In December, she tweeted: “What Russia has done to America is an act of war… I want precision bombing raids. Mass cyber war. Bank hacks… Vladimir Putin has committed an act of war… Obama must strike.” Mensch literally wants bombs to be dropped on the world’s second most heavily armed nuclear power, without any consideration for what this might mean. By publishing Mensch, then, the New York Times has established as a legitimate political commentator someone who thinks the florists on the Upper West Side are monitoring her internet, and is actively using Twitter to encourage the United States to start World War III.

Wow! Just wow!

Most of us here are aware of how nonsensical the Trump is a Russian puppet meme is. Keep an eye on Louise Mensch because her brand of fake news journalism is the kind that could get the world incinerated by a nuclear war.

Her Friday night appearance on the Bill Maher show offers an opportunity to see her defense of Islam in the wake of the London terror attack last week.

Star Trek Jewish? Oh Yeah!

THE CAST OF JEWS IN OUTER SPACE.

Here we have a brief exploration of how Jewish influence and values were perpetrated on unwary Americans in the 60s.

It seems to me that an authoritative book could be written on this subject by exposing the anti-Americanism of Star Trek on an episode by episode basis.

For now, we’ll have to make do with this brief exchange of thoughts about Jews in outer space.

GLP

Re: let’s be honest: no matter how many freaking star wars sequels they make, it will NEVER be as good as the original star trek

It was a GREAT SHOW (& I WATCHED THE ORIGINAL SERIES, WHEN IT RAN!) and the reason for it’s greatness was because there were so many JEWS involved… You heard me;

CAPTAIN KIRK-JEWISH-BILL SHATNER

Mr. SPOCK-JEWISH-LEONARD NIMOY;

Mr. Chekov-JEWISH-WALTER KOENIG

ANDROID ‘DATA’-JEWISH-BRENT SPINER

(& SEVERAL OTHERS OVER THE YEARS)

Star Trek’s ORIGINAL SERIES WRITERS were nearly ALL JEWISH:

ROBERT BLOCH-JEWISH

SHIMON WINCELBERG-JEWISH

DON MANKIEWICZ-JEWISH

HARLAN ELLISON-JEWISH

JERRY SOHL-JEWISH

DAVID GERROLD-JEWISH

READ IT AND WEEP, NAZI STAR TREK FANS!

This pro-Jewish post elicited a lively discussion, including this honest pushback.

Look at the message!

One World Government, no family, no religion, race mixing, “scientism”, militarism, a United Federation of Planets (NWO) that claims that they don’t want to interfere with others affairs but ALWAYS end up interfering with others affairs, no money, communism and general “utopianism”, etc, etc…

…the message tells you everything you want to know. Star Trek served to indoctrinate a lot of people into being mentally ill leftists.

PS – I bet the Klingons were peaceful and minding their own business and the Federation of Planets came in and bombed them, Roddenberry changed things to make it look like the Klingons were the bad guys.

Which brought forth this effort to deflect away from the truth about Jewish NWO indoctrination.

Were you aware of the fact that during WWII, nearly a THIRD of the ENTIRE population of Jewish Americans proudly FOUGHT FOR THEIR COUNTRY? 550,000 Proud Jewish American soldiers, the LARGEST MINORITY in the military and HUGE percentage of their tiny population in America! Proud American Vets who happened to be Jewish fought with valor in every theater of war. Thousands received medals & commendations; Purple Hearts, Medal of Honor, Navy Cross

Distinguished Service Cross

Distinguished Service Medal

Navy Distinguished Service Medal

Legion of Merit

Silver Star

Bronze Star

Soldier’s Medal

Purple Heart

Distinguished Flying Cross

Air Medal

World War II Victory Medal

Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal

European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal

American Campaign Medal

All won by Jews right alongside their Christian brothers in the war. There were no mu$lim soldiers who fought for America during WWII. In fact, in europe, it was the i$lamic mufti of the hashemite$ who HELPED adolf hitler come up with the idea to gas & burn to ashes ALL the Jews of europe.

I posted this subject to teach people that there are good and bad people in every genre & category be it race or religion. For the most part, the Jewish people are good folks. Yes, the bank$ter$ $uck, they ARE THE ILLUMINAZI$ but they are also mostly Christians, Some Jews, Some Indians, arabs, etcetera. Not ALL people of those backgrounds are evil people.

You get the point..

I hope.

All of those Jews weren’t fighting for Western civilization. They were fighting against the German people. The writer of that comment ignored the issue at hand. Was Star Trek great because it was Jewish sci-fi?

United Airlines Ban on Girls in Yoga Pants Draws Feminist Outrage

Yoga pants show camel toe and ass crack. Should companies allow women to wear leggings (tights, yoga pants) to work? Are they considered professional attire?

United Airlines forced three very young girls who were children of employees flying free to cover up. In effect, the company’s position is that the girls were representing United and should follow United workplace rules.

But feminist outrage has risen over the incident. Sexually arousing men and boys seems to be the feminist game, although women claim there’s nothing more comfortable than yoga pants.

MSN

United Airlines barred two women from boarding a flight on Sunday morning and required a child to change into a dress after a gate agent decided the leggings they were wearing were inappropriate. That set off waves of anger on social media, with users criticizing what they called an intrusive, sexist policy, but the airline maintained its support for the gate agent’s decision.

The two women, who were about to board a flight to Minneapolis, were turned away at the gate at Denver International Airport. United doubled down on that position, defending the decision in a series of tweets on Sunday.

The incident was first reported on Twitter by Shannon Watts, a passenger at the airport who was waiting to board a flight to Mexico. In a telephone interview from Mexico on Sunday afternoon, Ms. Watts said she noticed two visibly upset teenage girls leaving the gate next to hers. Both were wearing leggings.

Ms. Watts went over to the neighboring gate and saw a “frantic” family with two young girls, one of whom was also wearing leggings, engaged in a tense exchange with a gate agent who told them, “I don’t make the rules, I just enforce them.”

Ms. Watts said the girl’s mother told her the two teenagers had just been turned away because the gate agent said their pants were not appropriate travel attire. The woman had a dress in her carry-on bag that the child was able to pull on over her pants, and the family boarded the flight.

Ms. Watts judged that the two women who were barred from boarding were in their “young teens” and the girl who changed into a dress was 10 or 11.

Ms. Watts described the situation in a series of tweets before her flight to Mexico took off. By the time she landed her tweets had been shared widely, often accompanied by sharp criticism directed at the airline.

United’s public relations team did not respond to a phone call and an email seeking comment on Sunday, but the company seemed to confirm Ms. Watts’s account in a response to her on Twitter, which did little to mollify the concerns of its critics.

In a series of dozens of tweets, the company said the incident was not simply the result of an overzealous gate agent. Instead, it said United Airlines reserved the right to deny service to anyone its employees deemed to be inappropriately dressed.

“In our Contract of Carriage, Rule 21, we do have the right to refuse transport for passengers who are barefoot or not properly clothed,” the company tweeted.

Furthermore, the company said the young women it turned away on Sunday were “pass travelers” — United employees or their dependents who fly standby “on a space available basis,” it explained. It described the arrangement as a “company benefit.”

“There is a dress code for pass travelers as they are representing UA when they fly,” the company tweeted. It added, “Casual attire is allowed as long as it looks neat and is in good taste for the local environment.”

Few critics appeared to be satisfied by that explanation, which also did little to de-escalate a perilous public relations situation for the company. United was the target of scores of angry and mocking tweets on Sunday, including from social media savvy celebrities like the model Chrissy Teigen and the actor LeVar Burton.

By Sunday afternoon, the company’s Twitter account was engaged in a tense back-and-forth with the Academy Award winning actress Patricia Arquette, who posted dozens of angry tweets about the situation.

Employees running United’s Twitter account spent the day walking a public relations tightrope: explaining to angry social media users why the company was not wrong to bar the young women from boarding, while reassuring potential customers that they would not also be barred if they showed up in leggings.

People like to be comfortable when they fly, Ms. Watts said, and leggings and yoga pants have become pretty standard casual attire for women.

“I’m pretty sure yoga pants are a thing,” Ms. Watts said. “They’re part of modern America. They’re a staple, a go-to clothing item.”

I’ll bet the pedophiles lurking on that flight were very upset with United for making those girls cover up. So, I wonder if some of this feminist outrage can be traced back to pedos.

No Apology from Lawn Jockey TV Star Who Calls Boston “most racist city”

MICHAEL CHE. THE BIG NIG ON SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE.

Somehow, via some magic, the lawn jockey who used to live in my front yard has been brought to life and become a Saturday Night Live star.

He should have stuck to wearing his uniform and riding horses because now he’s the horse’s ass.

Muh jockey’s name is Michael Che. I used to call him Rastus when he lived on my front yard.

By the way, since I Tweet these posts and since Twitter is cracking down on “offensive” words, I’m going to be using “lawn jockey” with some frequency in future headlines. Words like “Nigger,” “Negro,” and my favorite, “jigaboo,” can attract unfavorable attention from Twitter. Besides, I like the term lawn jockey. See the illustration below.

MSN

BOSTON (AP) — “Saturday Night Live” star Michael Che is not backing away from comments he made about Boston, when he called it the “most racist city” he has ever visited.

The Boston Globe reports that the co-anchor of “Weekend Update” told a Boston University crowd Thursday about how he received angry messages on social media after he made the comment on “SNL” the night before the Super Bowl.

He responded to one woman by urging her to “talk to your closest black friend and ask them to explain it to you.” He says the woman responded by answering, “Touche.”

Che, who often jokes about President Donald Trump on the NBC show, told the audience he never apologizes for language or controversial statements because he’s “just trying to be more presidential.”

COME HOME RASTUS. WE MISS YOU.

David Seaman Debunks the Debunking of #pizzagate

Youtube title: Alex Jones’ APOLOGY & Media’s Absurd Pro-Pedo Meltdown

I recollect our conversation about David Seaman a couple of weeks ago. Yes, there are questions about HIM, but when he does good work, I’m going to post it here.

Yesterday, there was a #pizzagate demonstration at the White House. We can’t let this monstrous conspiracy die. As long as Seaman keeps preaching that it’s real and needs to be investigated, I will give him the benefit of the doubt.

In the above video, Seaman talks about the (((media’s))) attacks on him, as well as the evidence that Comet Pizza is at the center of a horrific pedophile ring focused on drugging and raping young children.

Here are a couple of Tweets designed to help start an official investigation into #pizzagate.

There’s more. In 2013 NBC News reported that Hillary Clinton quashed an investigation into pedophile rings within the State Department.

Published on Mar 25, 2017

Flashback to June 11th, 2013 when NBC was reporting real news… Hillary Clinton was never a progressive liberal, she was never a feminist, she never cared about anyone but herself.