Genetic Dead End: Vile (((Lena Dunham’s))) Total Hysterectomy Hopefully Means She’ll Never Reproduce


Hollywood sorceress Lena Dunham, who corrupted the morals of a generation of young women by making immorality look cool and hip, has undergone a hysterectomy.

I’m a little confused. I thought that this operation would make her sterile. However, she’s still talking about wanting children. I wonder how many she’s aborted already?

It would be a huge net loss to the world if she were to pass on her genes to children.

E Online

Lena Dunham is thanking her supporters who offered her words of empathy as she recovers from her hysterectomy, saying that while her heart is broken, they are now “linked forever.”

A vivid reminder of Dunham’s nudity on her HBO series. Barf bags, ready, ladies and gentlemen?

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White Dad Tries to Attack Olympic Molestation Doctor Larry Nasser During Sentencing Hearing

Excerpt from NBC News

Chaos erupted in a Michigan courtroom during Larry Nassar’s sentencing hearing on Friday as a father of three girls who say they were molested by the disgraced gymnastics doctor charged at Nassar and was taken down by court officers.

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Jewish “Supergirl” Claims to be World’s Strongest Teen

New York Times

It was Supergirl who stalked up to a heavily laden bar on a recent Sunday morning during a powerlifting competition in New Jersey.

“This is Naomi Kutin, the strongest teenager in the world in both the squat and the dead lift,” said the announcer, Geno Biancheri, the charismatic tournament M.C. known as the Pirate of Powerlifting for his heavy metal ringmaster style.

Naomi squatted more than 300 pounds in a preliminary lift. “That’s twice her body weight, as her opener,” Mr. Biancheri said.

Don’t get too upset with me if I express doubts about the veracity of this story. I suspect there are Aryan teens in Eastern Europe and Russia who are stronger than the Jewish girl. Jews have an inbred desire to claim to be superior in all things. They’re willing to lie, as evidenced by the Holohoax.

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Horrific! Teen Undergoes 50 Plastic Surgeries to Look Like Angelina Jolie



We’ve commented here before that plastic surgeons have no ethics.

Turning mental cases into monsters who think they look new and improved is one of the major ethical lapses in Western civilization today.

The girl who is featured in this story is Iranian. I would have expected corrupt Western values to have less influence there.

Excerpt from The Sun

THE Iranian teenager who claimed to have had 50 surgeries to make her look like her idol Angelina Jolie has been accused of photoshopping her shocking pictures.

Yesterday, we revealed how 19-year-old Sahar Tabar had been described as a “zombie” after shots from her Instagram went viral.

Instagram users originally considered whether Sahar’s shocking look may be the result of mad make-up skills rather than excessive surgery.

But now the teen, who reportedly weighs just 40kg, has been accused of using computer trickery to make her face appear slimmer and to exaggerate her likeness to Tomb Raider actress Angelina.

In a discussion on Reddit, one user highlighted odd distortions around the super-fan’s head which seem to point to evidence of photoshopping.

The photo of Sahar, posing with her cheek piercings in, shows the Iranian teen lying on furniture which is clearly warped – suggesting the photo has been edited using computer software.

A commenter suggested: “I do believe she got plastic surgery, but it’s more or less makeup and extremely exaggerating her features that she got done.”

Another pointed to two Instagram posts, uploaded 24 hours apart, which show Sahar with two very different looks.

In one video, her face is much fuller, her nose is less upturned and her lips are less exaggerated.

But a second snap shows her with a much more gaunt appearance and greatly exaggerated facial features.

Viewers reckon that these very different looks could be down to a combination of computer editing and extreme make-up, although it’s difficult to know for sure.

Many of her 500,000 Instagram followers post mean comments in response to Sahar’s shocking selfies.

One said: “Her: Doc make me look like an 8 month old corpse. Doc: Say no more”

Meanwhile, other critics have compared her look to the Corpse Bride.

If she’s achieving her corpse look via makeup, she should be in Hollywood doing makeup work for the film studios.

On the other hand, if she’s had 50 plastic surgeries, the question becomes what is the source of funds to pay the surgeons.


Sahar was a very attractive teen until she fell in with butchers. What they’ve done to her is criminal. She reminds me more of Michael Jackson than Angelina Jolie.

Kudos to all women who resist the siren song of the plastic surgeon.

Vile (((Lena Dunham’s))) Virtue Signaling About Rape Refuted by FACTS

Disgusting, nasty human being Lena Dunham defended one of her writers against a rape accusation last week. When others are accused, she’s ready to pile on.

She admitted in her book to molesting her kid sister.

She’s garbage.

The facts about rape accusations offered in this excerpt reveal at least some truth about FALSE rape accusations.

The Federalist

The recent hysteria over sexual assault has resulted in some delicious comeuppance for some of the most self-righteous among us. The best example of this is Lena Dunham.

In August, Dunham tweeted: “Things women do lie about: what they ate for lunch. Things women don’t lie about: rape.” When someone responded, pointing out that “10 percent of all rape allegations are false,” Dunham modified her claim, writing: “The actual number, while hard to track, is much closer to 3%.”

Dunham’s claim is dangerously misleading, as the number of “false accusations” refer only to reports that have been filed with police and proven to be false. Seeing as it’s nearly impossible to prove a negative, this number is likely lower than it should be.

This percentage (whether you believe it’s 2 percent, 3 percent, or 10 percent) doesn’t apply to accusations that can’t be proven one way or the other. The same studies that found 2 percent (or 7 percent in the example I’m using for the following numbers) or so to be proven false also find that another 8 percent are “unfounded/baseless,” meaning they don’t meet the criminal level of offense or were improperly coded as sexual assault.

Another 18 percent are considered “informational” and don’t meet the definition of a crime. Another 29 percent are labeled “suspended” because there wasn’t enough evidence to say a crime occurred. Another 18 percent involve identifying a perpetrator but something “beyond the control of law enforcement” keeps them from making an arrest, such as a lack of victim cooperation.

A chart linked to the study I cited above breaks down what happens after an arrest is made. One-third of those cases are rejected by the prosecution, another 21 percent are dismissed with all charges dropped, and another 2 percent are dismissed without dropping the charges. Two percent went to trial and were found “not guilty,” a third resulted in a guilty plea, 6 percent went to trial and were found “guilty,” and another 3 percent were classified as “other.”

So using the same logic as Dunham and others who flaunt this statistic, one would only be able to say that a smaller or equal number of accusations turn out to be “true” (as in, someone pled guilty or was found guilty at trial). But Dunham and others imply that the statistics mean 98 percent of accusations are definitely true, thus we should never doubt one.

Those of us who follow the explosion of accusations on college campuses against young men have wondered what would happen if Dunham herself, or someone close to her, were accused of sexual assault. It turns out she’d abandon that “women don’t lie” claim real quick. When her “Girls” writing partner Murray Miller was accused of sexual assault last week, Dunham defended him. She and “Girls” executive producer Jenni Konner wrote that Miller was the victim of a “misreported” accusation.”

After intense backlash (and a reminder of what she once said), Dunham apologized for the timing of her statement. It’s still likely she believes Miller was falsely accused. It’s very easy to take sides when something happens to other people, but when it happens to you or someone close to you, that can change. Dunham learned this the hard way.

Mestizo Texan Accused of Sexually Assaulting Five Foster Children Took in 180 Girls


In the Tex-Mex culture, and I believe in Mexico, the male of the household has a right to sex with any female who happens to be around, including his daughter. Age is no barrier either.

This story is not just a story of an adult having sex with teens, but also a story of government corruption.

You should know that San Antonio is located in Bexar County. Medina County is just west of Bexar County. Both counties are about half Mexican.

My San Antonio

A Medina County man accused of sexually assaulting five former foster children, including several in Bexar County, took in more than 180 young girls over a five year period, officials said.

That leads investigators to believe there could be numerous other victims who have yet to come forward.

“It’s not a question about whether there are more,” said Medina County Sheriff Randy Brown. “It’s just about how many.”

One additional victim has already come forward since news broke Wednesday of 58-year-old Miguel Briseno’s arrest, Brown said, bringing the unofficial total to six victims. A charge has not been filed in the sixth alleged case.

Briseno, who is currently being held in the Medina County Jail on a $500,000 bond, was a licensed foster parent from 2005 through 2010, Brown said. During that time he lived in both Bexar and Medina counties.

Over the course of the five years, more than 180 girls passed through his care, Brown said. At various times, Briseno was reportedly taking care of up to 12 girls at once.

Brown said Child Protective Services contracted with a third-party company, who has not yet been publicly identified, to place the girls in Briseno’s home.

“Those girls were taken from some environment and then you have some jackass like him abusing these girls that already have troubles,” Brown said. “I’m aggravated at the whole system. I’m aggravated at the company that placed these girls. It was a money-making deal, the way they were running those girls through there like livestock. It wasn’t about making a better world for them. They were making a profit off them.”

Representatives of Child Protective Services could not immediately comment on the relationship with the company.

Two of the charges against Briseno are out of Medina County, and the remaining three originated in Bexar County. Brown said Briseno first became a foster parent while living in Von Ormy, where the alleged assaults occurred, and later moved to Devine, Texas, in Medina County.

Wednesday’s arrest was not the first time Briseno was arrested on child sex abuse charges. In April 2013, the Medina County Sheriff’s Office arrested him on a charge of solicitation to commit sexual assault of a child. The arrest came after one of Briseno’s foster children said he had sexually assaulted her in August 2012, when he no longer had a foster license, Brown said.

It is not clear why Briseno did not have a license after 2010 and how Briseno still had foster children in his care two years later, though investigators discovered Briseno had attempted to move his foster parent license into his wife’s name, Brown said.

“It’s not a loophole, it’s just downright wrong,” Brown said.

Briseno pleaded guilty in September 2015 to a reduced charge of attempted assault, a Class B misdemeanor. Brown said investigators and prosecutors had difficulty securing testimony against Briseno. He was sentenced to 180 days in jail, though county officials couldn’t confirm how much time he was actually incarcerated.

Brown said his office, as well as other investigating agencies like the Texas Rangers, plan to look into the unnamed third-party company responsible for placing the children in Briseno’s care. They’re also working to determine whether his wife could be held criminally responsible.

All of Briseno’s reported victims were teenagers at the time of the alleged abuse. They’re now in their 20s. For investigators, the next step is to identify the dozens of remaining girls who were ever in Briseno’s care.

“We don’t know where they’re at,” Brown said.

“If you’ve stayed at that house, if you were a foster child [in Briseno’s care], please contact us,” he said. “Whether you feel something inappropriate happened or not, we’d still like to talk to you.”

Victims are asked to call 210-335-8477 if they have any information on Briseno’s alleged abuse.

It’s the mark of a system out of control that the Mexican could run 180 girls through his home in just five years. That must have been quite a party for him.

I did some research on how much a foster parent is paid to take in a child. In Texas it’s $675 per month per child. For the creep in this story that adds up to $97,200 per year. I’m not certain whether that income would be tax free or not, but believe me, it’s way more than the average Texan earns.

The corruption that everyone knows is integral to Mexico is now firmly entrenched in the U.S. It’s a hidden cost of diversity that is increasingly not so hidden.