Large Genitals Spell Evolutionary Disaster, say Paleobiologists

SCIENCE SAYS SMALLER MAY BE BETTER.

If the Negroid race really has a bigger manhood, then from a really, really, really long-term perspective, the black race is doomed while the Asian race should thrive.

That’s if there’s anything to this scientific study of fossils that shows that one species with a large penis failed to survive over the long run.

So, let’s check this unverified penis size distribution that I found on Buzzfeed.

OK, the African-American is the biggest, according to this graph. Maybe, if we follow the theory below, as his species evolved all its energy went into growing it’s member, with nothing much left over to grow his brain or any other desirable characteristic.

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For most animals, survival is all about being good at getting laid. That’s why sexual dimorphism exists: Males often look and act differently than females of their same species because it helps them attract and secure mates. Some examples are the bright colors the male bird of paradise flaunts while sexy-dancing for its more demure-looking mate, or the bulbously attractive nose of a male sea elephant. According to a Nature study released Wednesday, however, one highly coveted aspect of sexual dimorphism is sometimes a cock block to survival: very large genitalia.

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Swiss MP Resigns After Jews in Pig Farm Comment

BRAVE JONAS FRICKER. COMPARED JEWS TO PIGS.

Even a very subtle, very mild statement comparing Jews to pigs was enough to result in the resignation of a member of Switzerland’s parliament, Jonas Fricker, pictured above.

If you’re going to be a politician you must follow the script and condemn the (imaginary) Holocaust as the worst thing in human history.

Jeresalem Post

wiss Green Party MP Jonas Fricker said during a debate over animal protections in the National Council legislative body on Thursday that Jews deported to the Auschwitz extermination camp had a better chance of surviving than pigs sent to industrial livestock farming.

Fricker’s alleged belittling of the Holocaust triggered outrage in Switzerland, causing him to resign on Saturday.

He said on Thursday that “the people who were deported there [Nazi extermination camps] had a chance to survive. The pigs go to a certain death.”

“You know the photographs, the documentary films from Europe that show the unspeakable industry livestock farming – they are transported to a certain death,” Fricker continued, adding that the last time he recalled seeing a documentary about the transport of pigs, photographs of the mass deportation from Schindler’s List came to mind.

The Swiss National Council debate covered the Fair-Food-Initiative and the standards in the industrial farming sector. The Swiss media was blanketed with coverage of Fricker’s comparison between pigs and Jews during the Holocaust.

According to the Swiss website 20 Minuten, the Swiss People’s Party politician Roland Rino Buchel said he was “shocked” that a speaker would contend it is worse for animals today than the people back then in Auschwitz.

In response to the outrage Fricker said he “would to apologize in all forms for my inappropriate comparison.”

The news outlet also reported that Jonathan Kreutner, secretary-general of the Swiss Federation of Jewish Communities, said “such a comparison is, of course, unsupported. Fricker sees that and immediately apologized to us and [apologized] in parliament,” he said.

Fricker, 40, has been a member of parliament since 2015.

Apologies rarely do any good so why make them. Tell the politically incorrect truth, if you can live with the consequences. Otherwise, lay low and stealthily sabotage the globalists when presented with an opportunity.

Claim: Ex-Hooters Girl Lost in Woods for 25 Days was High on Meth Whole Time

ALABAMA’S LISA THERIS.

Lisa Theris’ male companions (her dealers? boyfriends?) were so f*cked up on drugs that they each blamed the other for her murder!

Meth is everywhere, including rural Alabama, courtesy of the Mexican drug gangs that Trump is cracking down on.

metro.co.uk

A woman who allegedly survived naked and alone in Alabama woods for a month could have got lost because she was high on meth.
Investigators were left scratching their heads when 25-year-old Lisa Theris emerged after the two men she had been with had blamed each other for her apparent murder.

Miss Theris staggered out of the woodland covered in bites and mud on the a highway in Midway, Alabama last Saturday afternoon and was spotted by a passing motorist.

She had lost 45 lbs but was unharmed and claimed she survived by eating berries and wild mushrooms and drinking water from muddy puddles and creeks.

She was last seen with petty criminals Randall Wade Oswald, 36, and Manley Green Davis, 31, and is believed to have got high on meth. The pair were so freaked out at her disappearance they blamed each other for killing her.

Bullock County Sheriff Raymond Rodgers told DailyMail.com. ‘They were so geeked out that they started blaming each other for a murder that didn’t happen.

‘They were as relieved as we were when she walked out of those woods. They were thinking they killed her.’

The two petty thieves admitted to being involved in a robbery on the day Miss Theris, who has bipolar disorder and is registered legally blind, went missing. They both admit she was with them but she denies the accusation saying she jumped out of a truck on the way to the crime.

Her account is now being questioned by Alabama residents who do not believe she could have been lost for so long in a small space.

One person who does not believe her is Oswald’s father George who says he searched the woodland on his quad bike and did not find her or any berries during his searches, he claims he is ‘the pope’ if she is telling the truth.

There were also unproven accusations she had been seen shopping in Walmart during the 25 days she was missing, however, there were no confirmed sightings of her.

ONE OF LISA’S MANY TATS CAN BE SEEN IN THE MISSING PERSON’S POSTER.

Sheriff Rodgers has his own theory. He said: ‘We are thinking they were all pretty much on drugs, I think she was on meth, she was hallucinating and she just got lost in the woods.

‘I don’t know how much drugs she took but I believe she was in there the whole time.’

Since getting home Miss Theris has given a series of TV interviews detailing her time in the woods and denying she is making the whole tale up to get away with robbery.

Since she inadvertently shot to fame, details about her wild ways and a scrape with the law concerning drunken and disorderly conduct have been revealed.

However, investigating officer in the case Sergeant Chad Faulkner, believes she is not lying and claimed the police were not ‘gullible or stupid’ but are ‘going off the evidence.’

British Man Hit by Bus Gets Up, Walks Unconcerned into Pub

Who says white guys aren’t tough!

Excerpt from metro.co.uk

A man was caught on CCTV this weekend being hit by an out of control bus – and then heading to the pub.

Simon Smith was walking beside a bus stop in Reading, Berkshire, on Saturday when he was hit from behind by a double-decker.

The 53-year-old was thrown down the street when the vehicle careered onto the pavement and ploughed straight into him.

The impact of his head hitting the windscreen shattered the glass, yet he got up from the pavement seconds later… and went to the pub.

CCTV footage taken at the scene shows Simon calmly walking away following the shocking crash.

Daniel Fraifeld, 50, who co-owns the Purple Turtle bar, said: ‘I think he [Simon] pretty much got up, brushed himself down and then an ambulance came and took him to be checked.

‘He got looked over and didn’t have any lasting injuries – but he’s covered in scrapes and bruises.

College Girl Follows Google Maps into Desert Survival Drama

A college girl follows Google maps down a noexistent desert road with no gas and in a remote area with no cell service.

I hate these morning news/entertainment shows that feature a white woman and a Negro male host. I also hate their smarmy smiles and condescending narration.

The story is less than four minutes. It’s the story of a girl who stupidly got herself into a mess and then did some simple things to help get her out.

Published on Mar 23, 2017

Amber Vanhecke tells “GMA” the survival skills she used while being trapped alone in an Arizona desert for five days.

10 Tips for Surviving a Terrorist Vehicle Attack

DAMAGED TRUCK USED IN BERLIN TRUCK ATTACK LAST YEAR.

Here are the first four tips. Click on the link to read the remaining six.

Active Response Training

Clearly, terrorist vehicle attacks are on the rise. What can we do to prevent being killed in such an attack? Here are a few useful tips to keep you alive.

1) Face traffic when walking along the street. These attacks really aren’t preventable. Your best bet is to see the attack coming as quickly as possible and take evasive action. If you are walking along a sidewalk with your back facing traffic, you can be run down very quickly from behind without any warning. It’s better to face oncoming traffic. That way, if a car hops the curb and starts barreling along the sidewalk towards you, there may be enough time to dodge it or get inside a building before you get hit.

2) If you have a choice, walk along streets that have vehicle blockades or cars parked at the curb. Some urban areas have vehicle blockades to prevent cars from driving onto the sidewalks. Where possible, walk on sidewalks that utilize those protective features. If they aren’t available, use the next best thing…parked cars. A street lined with parked vehicles will make it difficult for a terrorist to get up on the sidewalk with his car. Take a look at the road below. One side of the street would be much safer to walk on than the other.

3) Watch for danger signs. Be alert for speeding vehicles, sounds of collisions, revving engines, or sudden unusual vehicle movements. If you see or hear something that is outside of the norm for your environment, don’t just blow it off. Look around and actively figure out if you are in danger. During attacks like these, a second or two of forewarning can be the difference between life and death.

4) Don’t rush to help the injured. In each of the historical worldwide vehicle attacks, injured people were stacked on the sidewalk like cord wood. Immediately after the attack, you may feel compelled to rush in and help those who have been hurt. Take a moment and assess the scene before wading into the chaos. Is the crashed vehicle a danger? Are there people in the area shooting or cutting people with knives? Is it possible that there is more than one attacker? I’d want to know the answer to all of those questions before I become completely distracted from my environment while providing aid to the victims.

If you have your own thoughts on this problem that our governments have created for us, then leave your thoughts in a comment.

White Teen Girl Shot in Head Released from Hospital: “I’m tougher than a bullet.”

DESERAE TURNER AFTER.

BEFORE.

A teen girl, Deserae Turner, survived a head shot from a .22 caliber pistol. She was the victim of a premeditated murder plot hatched by two 16 year old boys she knew who stole her stuff.

The criminal justice system is not releasing information about Deserae’s assailants, although one of them is described as a blonde boy, age 16.

KSL

SALT LAKE CITY — Smiling and holding her mother’s hand, 14-year-old Deserae Turner spoke Thursday of gratitude, faith and joy as she was released from Primary Children’s Hospital two months after police say she was shot in the head and left to die.

“I am so thankful to be here today, to be alive,” she told members of the media in her first appearance since the shooting. “I told my dad that I am tougher than a bullet. It is still with me today.”

Deserae has been hospitalized since she was found in a dry canal in extremely critical condition shortly after midnight on Feb 17. Police say she was shot from behind by two 16-year-old boys intent on killing her, leaving her in a medically induced coma and with the remains of the bullet forever lodged in her skull.

But as she read a statement and took questions, Deserae spoke only of her appreciation for the hometown that has supported her, the doctors who have cared for her and the countless strangers who have prayed for her.

“People all over the world have been praying for me. Some of them I know and some I have never met, and they have never met me, but they cared for me, and they care for you,” Deserae said. “I would like others to know that people are kind and they do care about us and are concerned about us, even when we may think no one is there.”

She even picked a special shirt to wear as she returned to her home in the small town of Amalga, in Cache County. On the front of the white T-shirt, the word “Happy” was written in flowing cursive. The back read, “There are so many beautiful reasons to be happy.”

“It says happy on it, and I’m happy to go home,” Deserae said.

Deserae said she was most excited to return home and see her animals, especially her horses.

Deserae also thanked those who “helped take care for my family, especially my mom and dad, while I have been in the hospital.”

Deserae’s parents, Matt and April Turner, celebrated their daughter’s release and praised her strength Thursday.

“What a great day. Because of the love and care of so many, we are taking our beautiful, courageous daughter home today,” Matt Turner said. “Nine weeks ago we did not know if this was possible.”

The family made no reference to the criminal case that is ongoing following the shooting, focusing instead on the joy of having Deserae released from the hospital, and asking that the girl not be questioned about the attack.

Prosecutors say two 16-year-old boys put together a premeditated murder plot targeting Deserae after one of the teens grew tired of her frequent Snapchat messages.

Together they lured Deserae to join them after school on Feb. 16 under the guise of buying a knife, then shot her once in the back of the head at close range, stole her belongings and left her in a dry section of the dirty canal in Smithfield, according to charging documents.

Deserae was found hours later by friends who were searching for her. She spent some time in a medically induced coma, and after awaking, she spoke to police about what little she remembers from that day, including naming the two boys she said she met at the canal.

The two teenage boys are both charged as juveniles with attempted aggravated murder, a first-degree felony; aggravated robbery, a first-degree felony; and four counts of obstruction of justice, a second-degree felony.

KSL has chosen not to identify the two teens at this time.

In separate preliminary hearings last month, 1st District Juvenile Judge Angela Fonnesbeck ordered both teens to stand trial on the charges. The boys now face individual hearings in May, when defense attorneys will argue to retain their cases in the juvenile system while prosecutors push for them to face the charges as adults.

The family declined to answer questions about Deserae’s specific injuries and the recovery that awaits her.

“I have been working really hard and still have a lot of work to do,” Deserae said simply.

Matt Turner said his daughter has “battled for her life” and the ability to do daily tasks — and always will — but the family maintains hope for continued improvement.

Deserae was brought into the press conference in a wheelchair. Helped by her parents, she stood up and took careful steps to a table and chairs that had been set up for them. Her long, curly hair has been cut short, revealing thin surgical scars across her head.

If her hair grows back curly, Deserae said she would like to have it long again. If it is straight, she will keep the short style.

Matt Turner also echoed Deserae’s amazement at the prayers and faith offered to his family.

“We have seen and felt the very best of humanity touch our family’s life over the past several weeks. We know our Heavenly Father has heard your prayers and those heard around the world,” he said.

Deserae echoed her father’s feelings that she has been blessed through her recovery.

“I have felt that my Heavenly Father is with me and has helped me get this far, and I’m so grateful for that,” she said.

More on the teen shooter and his accomplice can be read at sltrib.com.