How do you know it’s love? (Educational Film)

This 1950 educational film is a trip down memory lane to what life was like almost 70 years ago in white America.

American young people are taught good values by their elders, who are confident that good morals will lead to a lifetime of happiness with the opposite sex.

There’s not a homosexual, lesbian, or nonwhite to be seen anywhere.

Again, as in a previous film featured here, the relationship between the teen girl and her mother is interesting.

Uploaded on Nov 6, 2010

Gives students a basis for thinking clearly about real love and shows that mere conviction of love is not enough to insure lasting happiness. A drama.

Christian teacher who quoted Bible saying gay people ‘deserve to die,’ in letter to student newspaper RESIGNS

A LETTER TO THE EDITOR HAD DEVASTATING CONSEQUENCES FOR TEACHER MICHAEL STACK, INCLUDING DEATH THREATS.

The hatred of God and of Christians is strongly in evidence in America 2017. Americans, far too many of them, worship Satan. Not that they necessarily engage in Satanic rituals, but rather they reject any and all morality. Substituting for morality in their world is egalitarianism. No immoral act can ever be condemned (except for murder and even there euthanasia and abortion are accepted and applauded).

Foolish Americans, who make up at least half or more of the population, have succeeded in silencing the other half. Advocating for God and for morality can not only cost you your job, but create potentially fatal consequences ranging from stress to being murdered.

San Luis Obispo

In a letter to the student newspaper, a San Luis Obispo High School teacher quoted a Bible verse saying that people committing homosexual acts “deserve to die,” drawing outrage and concern from students, teachers and parents, and a call for calm by administrators.

Mayor Heidi Harmon urged community members to complain to the school district administration. “This is unacceptable,” Harmon wrote on her Facebook page Wednesday. “A teacher at SLO High wrote this shaming letter against the LGBT community — a community that already has a high degree of suicide.”

The school won’t discipline special education teacher Michael Stack, saying teachers as well as students “do not shed their First Amendment rights” at school.

MICHAEL STACK.

“A bedrock principle underlying the First Amendment is that the government may not prohibit the expression of an idea simply because society finds the idea offensive or disagreeable,” San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater and Principal Leslie O’Connor said in a joint statement Wednesday.

“As a district, we understand that students do not shed their First Amendment rights at school, and we respect the rights of our students to speak on controversial topics. We applaud the high school’s commitment to open dialogue and a free exchange of ideas in its student newspaper,” the statement read. “ … In a similar manner, we acknowledge the right of our staff to voice their opinions.”

Prater and O’Connor called the controversy “a teachable moment” and urged the community to conduct a “civil discourse.”

The statement went on to say that Stack was a probationary teacher in his first year at the campus. At O’Connor’s recommendation, the district decided in February not to keep him on staff for the upcoming school year.

Stack left campus early Wednesday and could not be reached for comment.

His letter was published Tuesday in Expressions, the school’s journalism website, and was in response to Expressions’ May 2017 print edition featuring lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer issues — including an interview with an LGBTQ couple about their relationship.

Stack wrote that he was compelled to speak out because he “didn’t want to displease God,” saying the Bible is “without error” and its hundreds of predictions are 100 percent accurate.

Since the story of Michael Stack’s letter broke in the press, he’s resigned and received death threats.

San Luis Obispo

A San Luis Obispo High School teacher has resigned in the face of widespread outrage over a letter he wrote to the school student newspaper that cited a Biblical passage saying those who commit homosexual acts “deserve to die.”

Special education teacher Michael Stack did not show up to work Thursday but sent the school an email at 1:07 p.m., which he also copied to Fox News, tendering his resignation, noting “the community apparently wants me out, so I hereby grant them their desires.”

Late Thursday morning, someone called the school and threatened Stack’s life, according to San Luis Coastal Unified School District Superintendent Eric Prater.

Choosing For Happiness – 1950 Dating Social Guidance For Women / Educational Documentary

An interesting look at white female college students and how they allegedly thought about marriage, boys, the family, and so forth.

Men looking for a good wife have it tough today. From this film, I take it that men had it tough back in the day.

Less than 13 minutes.

Published on Jun 30, 2012

Dating advice for young women in the 1950’s. .

A single gene has been linked with being a psychopath

With enough research touching on the taboo subject of race, it might be proved conclusively that a high percentage of blacks carry the MAOA-L gene, the gene that allegedly is associated with psychopathy.

If we knew that a black newborn carried the psychopath gene, would it be wise to kill it or try to develop a vaccine to prevent the psychopathic behaviors that would come later? Alternatively, should carriers of the psychopath gene be sterilized so that it cannot be passed along to new generations?

Morality and science mix when it comes to some genetic traits and the modern push for eugenics.

Here’s what we know:

Business Insider

As of yet, no single factor can explain what causes people to behave in ways labeled psychopathic. But research suggests our genes may play a role.

One gene in particular is linked with an increased risk of violent or aggressive behavior, studies have found.

Known as MAOA (monoamine oxidase A), this “warrior gene” controls the production of a protein that breaks down brain-signaling chemicals like dopamine, noradrenalin, and serotonin, which all influence mood.

But the idea of a “psychopath” gene remains controversial.

A gene for psychopathy?
People with a variant of the gene, called MAOA-L, produce less of the protein that breaks down these signaling chemicals, which in turn causes them to build up. An excess of these chemicals, scientists believe, leads to impulsive behavior (such as as hypersexuality), sleep disorders, mood swings, and violent tendencies.

James Fallon, a neuroscientist at the UC Irvine School of Medicine, was studying the brains of murderers and other violent criminals who are thought to be psychopaths, when he accidentally found out he might be one.

Not only did his brain scans look suspiciously like those of the murderers, he later found out that he also possesses the MAOA-L gene that’s been linked to aggression and antisocial behavior.

Psychopaths are often described as having a lack of empathy. They may understand when others are in need or in pain, but they don’t feel it viscerally the way most people do. Fallon can identify with that. “I don’t get the interpersonal warm and fuzzies,” he told Business Insider in an interview earlier this month.

But simply having the MAOA-L gene isn’t enough to make someone a psychopath. The environment someone is exposed to is likely very important too.

Fallon thinks that the reason he turned out to be a realitvely normal, nonviolent person, despite having this gene, is that he had a good upbringing. But growing up in a harsher environment could have tipped him toward a darker path. “If [the brain] sees a hostile world, the only way to survive is to be hostile,” Fallon said, whereas “if it sees a normal world, it will be normal.”

And some research supports this idea. One 2002 study followed a large group of male children from birth to adulthood who were abused or maltreated. The study found that boys who had a particular version of the MAOA gene grew up to be more antisocial, compared with those who had a different version of the gene.

And this kind of genetic evidence is starting to make its way into the justice system. In 2009, an Italian appeals court shortened the sentence of a convicted murderer by a year because he had the version of the MAOA gene associated with violence.

Not that simple
But experts have warned against drawing conclusions about a person’s character based on this gene alone.

“We don’t know how the whole genome functions and the [possible] protective effects of other genes,” Giuseppe Novelli, a forensic scientist and geneticist at the University Tor Vergata in Rome, told Nature News.

What’s more, the same gene could have different effects in people of different ethnicities. A 2006 study in the United States found that abused children who had high levels of the MAOA that breaks down brain signals were less likely to commit violent crimes, but only if they were white.

So while it’s tempting to reduce a complex psychiatric disorder like psychopathy to a single gene, it’s almost certainly not that simple.

This video explains the issue, summmarized as nature vs nurture.

Another one:

Also see Conservative Headlines. to read an article relating that whites have a lower level of the psychopath gene.

Teacher Bought Gun for Student to Take Care of Sex Tape Blackmailers

KATHRYN HAGEN. THE MARRIED TEACHER HAD THE HOTS FOR A STUDENT.

The Indy Star has revealed teacher Hagen’s text messages to an unidentified student that she had sex with in the home she shared with her husband. Calling the teen “super hot,” she wanted more.

What she got was arrested instead. Apparently the teen secretly made a 10 second tape of the two of them having sex and passed it around school to be used to force Hagen to give higher grades to the students.

Let’s pick up the story with The Sun

A MARRIED teacher has been accused of sleeping with one pupil and buying another a gun to silence blackmailers after she featured in a sex tape.

Kathryn Hagan, 38, has resigned from a US school after being charged with a string of sex, drug and weapon offences.

The stunned mum of the student she allegedly bedded revealed: “When I read the charges I was physically sick.

“It’s an extreme betrayal. I’m very disappointed. I’m angry and I’m hurt that it got to this point.”

Her son, 17, said he had dinner with Hagan and her husband at the couple’s home last month and she gave him an anti-depressant when he got a headache.

She asked him back three days later and they had sex in their bedroom, he told police.

She reportedly texted him afterwards: “I enjoyed kissing you yesterday.”

Hagan is said to have begged the boy to keep their relationship a secret, but told him she would not treat him differently in school.

One message said: “I enjoyed our time together but want to be extra cautious. Please be sure to delete everything wherever it can be deleted.”

Another said: “I need to get laid sometime soon.”

Hagan bragged about a love-bite on her neck, court papers allege, while further texts to the teen over the next week said: “Hey cutie, I was thinking maybe we call in sick to school on Friday and meet up at my house for the day.”

Three days later, the lad’s mum is said to have found out about the relationship and tipped off authorities at Franklin Central High in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Hagan resigned the same day – just three months after starting there in January.

Detectives then uncovered more alleged crimes after another student told them about a ten-second video circulating around the school showing naked Hagan and the teen having sex.

Some kids tried to use the footage to blackmail Hagan into giving them better grades, court documents said.

She apparently vented her frustration to one 16-year-old, texting him: “I didn’t realise it was a scam to pass my class. Plus, I can’t believe I gave him Xanax. Just a few so he could get some good sleep.”

The boy is said to have told Hagan he would “rob them all but I don’t have a gun” – and then asked her to get him one so he could “take care of it.”

Hagan bought a 9mm handgun and ammunition on the same day she resigned and gave it to the student, according to court documents.

She faces charges of conspiracy to commit armed robbery, two counts of child seduction, dangerous control of a firearm and dealing in a controlled substance.

The mother of the 17-year-old student said: “There’s a lot more involved than what I initially had known. There’s a lot more involved than what my son had known.

“It physically made me ill.”

According the the Indy Star, Hagen suggested to the student that she bought the gun for that he could murder the students who were blackmailing her, after he robbed them of their phones that contained the sex tape.

Hagen is not ugly, but rather a plain woman who fell into society’s trap of valuing herself by who she could have sex with. Her foolishness should cost her a husband, any children she might have, her teaching career, and her freedom.

By now, these teachers should know that they can’t get away with it. But they still keep doing it.

Pregnant 19 Year Old White Alabama Woman Accused of Sex with Boy, 14

If the white girl teen at the center of this story were a Muslim male, liberals would be shouting, “It’s his culture. Leave him alone. Let Sharia law prevail.”

Well, in the south, white culture differs quite a bit from the dominant culture. Hollyweird Jews have been demeaning and degrading the southern white as “poor white trash” for decades in the movies.

So what’s your opinion on an older white teen female being in a sexual relationship with a younger (presumably white) teen male?

Daily Mail

A pregnant 19-year-old has been charged with raping a 14-year-old boy after she signed up for Medicaid and listed him as the child’s father.

Mekenzie Leigh Guffey allegedly told police that she had sex with the boy multiple times in her car when she was arrested on Friday in Hollywood, Alabama.

Police said her relationship with the boy started in December when they were introduced via a mutual friend at a McDonald’s restaurant.

Authorities began investigating Guffey when she applied for Medicaid this month and identified the 14-year-old as the baby’s father.

‘She was proud of him being the father until she found out we were going to become involved,’ police chief Jason Hepler told AL.com.

‘She told us she didn’t count but it was more than a few times that they were together.’

The teenager posted news of her pregnancy on Facebook on March 2.

‘I found it a lot easier to announce it on here than texting all my family & friends individually, but welcoming my sweet little baby October 17th!!’ Guffey wrote alongside a photo of a pregnancy test.

Guffey was charged with second-degree rape, second-degree sex abuse, enticing a child for immoral purposes and traveling to meet a child for an unlawful sex act.

She was also charged with possession of child pornography and dissemination of child pornography after police allegedly found naked photos on her phone that she and the boy had been sending each other.

Guffey was released from the Jackson County Jail on Tuesday on $25,300 bail, according to jail records.

Picking up the story at the Seattle Times

But the arrest devastated Peggy Thompson, the maternal grandmother who raised Guffey from age 11. Sobbing throughout an interview at her home in Scottsboro, Thompson was so choked up she could barely speak about her granddaughter.

Thompson said the young woman spent her early childhood moving between flea-bag motels, short-term apartments and at least one mobile home with parents who abused drugs and left her to raise her younger brother before splitting. The children often went hungry and dirty despite Mekenzie’s best efforts, she said, and the girl was covered with lice and bug bites when the kids went to live with their grandparents for good.

Things were looking up for the teen last year after she graduated from high school and got a job in a rug plant, Thompson said, but Mekenzie seemed to fall apart after her beloved grandfather, Gilbert Thompson, died Aug. 25. Hurt on the job and unable to work, Mekenzie was eager for companionship and may have fallen for a boy who looked a lot older than 14, Thompson said.

“She was just looking for someone to hold on to,” Thompson said. Thompson said she recently met the boy, and the “huge” teenager appeared to be just another of Mekenzie’s friends since they weren’t “touchy-feely or anything.”

Well, what do you think about the sordid situation? What’s the right punishment, if any, for Mekenzie?

A savvy Daily Mail commenter came up with the relevant laws:

It’s called statutory rape. If she had been 14 and he was 19 he would have been charged. A 19 year old is legally an adult and 14 is a minor. Minors cannot legally give consent to sex. Equality demands that individuals are treated the same, regardless of their gender. Here are the Alabama Statutes 13A-6-67 : (a) A person commits the crime of sexual abuse in the second degree if: … (2) He, being 19 years old or older, subjects another person to sexual contact who is less than 16 years old, but more than 12 years old. 13A-6-62 (a) A person commits the crime of rape in the second degree if: … (1) Being 16 years old or older, he or she engages in sexual intercourse with a member of the opposite sex less than 16 and more than 12 years old; provided, however, the actor is at least two years older than the member of the opposite sex. In some cases the charge could be dropped through marriage, but in Alabama, a minor has to be at least 16 to marry with parental consent.

Slightly off topic is this short excerpt from the 1957 Hollywood film Poor White Trash. Like I said, Hollywood has been insulting whites for decades. This seems like an opportune time to remind everyone of that.

Inspirational Quote of the Day: One by Alexander Solzhenitsyn

As in Russia, so in the West today.

Learn more about Alexander Solzhenitsyn at Wikipedia.

Excerpt:

Solzhenitsyn also harshly criticised what he saw as the ugliness and spiritual vapidity of the dominant pop culture of the modern West, including television and much of popular music: “…the human soul longs for things higher, warmer, and purer than those offered by today’s mass living habits… by TV stupor and by intolerable music.” Despite his criticism of the “weakness” of the West, Solzhenitsyn always made clear that he admired the political liberty which was one of the enduring strengths of western democratic societies. In a major speech delivered to the International Academy of Philosophy in Liechtenstein on 14 September 1993, Solzhenitsyn implored the West not to “lose sight of its own values, its historically unique stability of civic life under the rule of law—a hard-won stability which grants independence and space to every private citizen.”[54]
In a series of writings, speeches, and interviews after his return to his native Russia in 1994, Solzhenitsyn spoke about his admiration for the local self-government he had witnessed first hand in Switzerland and New England.[55][56] He “praised ‘the sensible and sure process of grassroots democracy, in which the local population solves most of its problems on its own, not waiting for the decisions of higher authorities.'”[57] Solzhenitsyn’s patriotism was inward-looking. He called for Russia to “renounce all mad fantasies of foreign conquest and begin the peaceful long, long long period of recuperation,” as he put it in a 1979 BBC interview with Janis Sapiets.[58]

During his life Solzhenitsyn faced many accusations of antisemtism for telling the truth about Jews.