The War on Women

WARNING: contains strong language

For expressing my views in a civilized manner, I’ve been called racist, cunt, slut, bimbo, and “Queen of the Tea Party” etc. Someone went so far as create a bogus YouTube profile of me showing a 400 pound woman dressed in very slutty, very unflattering attire. He proceeded to use that profile to post how much I love black cocks, what a slut I was using bad grammar and spelling to hit on every guy that went to the YouTube video. This went on for three years on a video I hadn’t posted to for two years.

As far as I know I am the only one in the world with my name, so he was using the tactic of discrediting me and my views by defaming me. I reported all that he did to some success. I lived in the shadows out of fear of this administration, the leftists, and the Muslims I was trying to counter. It came down to me losing my reputation over this fraud or coming out and being myself. I began making social media profiles of my real self and started making friends and publicly leaving nice comments on various things. He disappeared within a year, and I hope he never comes back.

Along these lines, Sandra Fluke, the Joan of Arc of free birth control for college students paid for by taxpayers, got called a “slut” and “prostitute” once by Rush Limbaugh.[1]  This incited public outrage.  Oh how I wish I was called only a “slut” and “prostitute” just once by my perpetrator for having and expressing my views.  However I’m a grown up, and don’t need a phone call from President Obama to make me feel better like Sandra Fluke got. In fact, all things considered that would make me feel far worse.

Donald Trump, presidential candidate for the GOP, tweeted that Megyn Kelly was a bimbo[2] after the first GOP Republican Debate. During the debate Megyn Kelly pressed him with the question:

“One of the things people love about you is that you speak your mind, don’t use a politician’s filter,” Kelly said. “But that has its downsides, in particular when it comes to women. You call women you don’t like ‘fat pigs,’ ‘dogs,’ ‘slobs,’ and ‘disgusting animals.’”[3]

Trump responded that he was just having fun, and that Megyn Kelly was being nasty to him. He’s not applying for just any job, but running to be President of the United States and Commander-In-Chief. There’s a level of diplomacy that’s required; becoming unhinged at a fair question is not what I’m looking for when it comes to someone that will be the most powerful person in the world and on the world stage dealing directly with international leaders, friend and foe.

Megyn Kelly does have a position of power, but it doesn’t compare to leading a superpower like China or Russia. It’s disconcerting when Trump, who has a net worth of $4.5 Billion dollars, is trying to wreck a middle class American, Megyn Kelly for doing her job. Megyn Kelly is also not a bimbo, which is defined as someone who’s empty headed. She was a corporate litigator at Jones Day for nine years and an associate in the Chicago office of the law firm Bickel & Brewer LLP[5] before coming to television.

I understand that there is a far more serious war on women in the Islamic World. Women are beaten by their husbands, stoned to death for minor offenses, not allowed to drive, subjected to female genital mutilation. Non-Muslim women are made into sex slaves and little girls are being raped and taken as child brides, etc. For years I have been part of the movement trying to inform the public, which is why I tried to stay in the shadows with my activism. Megyn Kelly is also part of this movement who has a powerful voice that reaches a lot more people than I can.

She took a vacation after the debates and returned. Trump tweeted about Megyn Kelly’s return, “The bimbo back in town . I hope not for long.”[6] So far the American people are drinking up everything Donald Trump says like the Obama Kool-Aid of 2008. Although I agree with some of what he has to say unrelated to Megyn Kelly, I’m not interested in putting him in the White House.  I don’t drink Kool-Aid.  There is a real war on woman, and Trump shouldn’t try and take out people who are trying to fight it.

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Socialism – The Definition

“What is the difference between a Democrat and a Socialist?” Chris Matthews on Hardball asked Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the current Chair of the Democratic National Committee, who dodged the question.[1] Later on Meet the Press host Chuck Todd played the clip asking her to explain the difference, and again she dodged the question.[2]

I was taught in school that communism and socialism were on the left and fascism was on the right with other forms of government in between. I own a copy of the “Communist Manifesto” by Karl Marx, and studied it. The NAZI party, Hitler’s regime, is thought to be fascist, but they claimed to be a socialist party.

What I have found dealing with leftists who didn’t agree with me is they use an unnecessary large vocabulary as a way to show their feign superiority and hide their underdeveloped ideas. This creates a problem when trying to confront their ideas. Fascism, Communism, and Socialism are all forms of big government. Therefore they do not exist on opposite ends of the political spectrum. But where would I go to find out the definition of socialism?

Regarding the political spectrum, the textbooks are wrong. Since textbooks are written by academia, academia is wrong on this topic. News sources are biased. History is written by the victors, and think tanks are funded with by people with agendas. Sometimes it’s good to go to the source. In this case it would be the website of the socialist party; but many times, they might hide their more extreme views to attract people to their party. This is a blog not a thesis, so there needs to be a brief, but accurate description of my topic.

Here’s a definition obtained from the Social Labor Party of America.

“Socialism,” as the American Socialist Daniel De Leon defined it, “is that social system under which the necessaries of production are owned, controlled and administered by the people, for the people, and under which, accordingly, the cause of political and economic despotism having been abolished, class rule is at end. That is socialism, nothing short of that.”

The site claims that true socialism has never been tried. This is where critical thinking skills come into play. First this site is trying to attract new members, so saying that socialism has been tried and failed in a bunch of countries does not help sell the ideology. Second, I would argue that just looking at their definition, it would be hard to imagine that people who are controlling and administering this form of government wouldn’t become the ruling class who inevitably take away the property from private citizens forcing everyone else to share the wealth of poverty and lack of incentive to work for their “fair share” of virtually nothing.

Under socialism by the above definition the industries of healthcare, education, farming, manufacturing, energy, telecommunication, and technology would be seized by this new “ruling class” of administrators. Perhaps a socialist would let you keep your fair share of your house, but only what they deem is “comfortable” for you.

Has this been tried in other countries? I do believe this has been tried in Russia, Germany, and China among other countries, but you can research this for yourself. One thing is certain, the ruling class of the countries that have adopted socialism in the past sometimes deemed the level of “comfort” to particular citizens as “dead”. This is probably the best argument against socializing industries within the United States and socialism.

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#BlackLivesMatter Ruse

Why should black lives matter more than other races? They shouldn’t. According to their website, a hub for the movement, they don’t support political parties or candidates and feel that all parties have failed them, both historic and current.[1] I suppose they have forgotten that the Republican Leadership under President Abraham Lincoln, ended slavery for the first time in history by winning the civil war. Or that a Republican Congress shortly afterwards passed the fifteenth amendment to the Constitution giving blacks voting rights.[2]

There are two acts signed by President Lyndon B. Johnson, a democrat. First the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which included the prevention of discrimination on the basis of race.[3] The second is the Voting Rights Act of 1965, which restored the prohibition of racial discrimination in black voting rights when the Supreme Court made questionable rulings since the fifteenth amendment.[4]

Aside from not letting history getting in the way, the #BlackLivesMatter movement states that, “We embrace a diversity of tactics. We are a decentralized network aiming to build the leadership and power of black people.”[1] Can you imagine if a white group did that? I just found one that states, “There is a race war against whites. But our people – my white brothers and sisters – will stay committed to a non-violent resolution.”[5] That was obtained from the Klu Klux Klan website.

As stated by Peter Moska, the odds that a black man will be shot and killed by a police officer is about 1 in 60,000 whereas it’s 1 in 200,000 for a white man.[6] A black getting killed by a police is about 3.3 times as likely than a white.

Crimes committed 2012[7]
Blacks 2,640,067 crimes from blacks
Whites 6,502,919 crimes from whites

U.S. Population 2013[8]
Blacks 13.2% US population x 308,758,105 total people = 40,756,070 total blacks
Whites 77.7% US population x 308,758,105 people = 239,905,048 total whites

Crimes per person
Black 2,640,067 crimes / 40,756,070 Black people = 6.48%
White 6,502,919 crimes / 239,905,048 White people = 2.71%

Blacks commit 6.48% / 2.71% = 2.39 times as many crimes as whites.

Based on the above calculations, blacks get shot by police 3.33 times as many as whites yet commit 2.39 times as many crimes as whites. All things being equal it looks like blacks are getting shot by police more times than the crimes they’ve committed. However all things are not equal.

I believe in equality. If you behave like a criminal then you should be treated like a criminal no matter what race you are. I think that the idea that the “man”, white people, are holding blacks back is ingrained in many in the black culture. Many disobey authority and call other blacks that assimilate into the business world “Oreos”, black on the outside and white on the inside. Many blacks who are conservative get called “Uncle Toms” and other derogatory names. Not all blacks do this and no one is without degrees of faults. However I think these factors explain the statistics. It’s not about race, but the culture of the race. I don’t see whites riot and destroy their town like Baltimore when a black cop shoots a white criminal, with or without a trial by jury.

In 2013 children raised by single parents are 67% for blacks and 25% for whites[9] Being raised in a single parent home may negatively affect how that person behaves. And finally if Black lives truly mattered to blacks why do blacks women abort their children almost six times more than white women?

Black babies aborted – (146,856[10]/ 40,756,070 black people) divided by White babies aborted (150,942[10] / 239,905,048 white people)

#BlackLivesMatter does not address the cultural problems that spawned the movement to begin with. And since the movement is using a similar approach to the Klu Klux Klan, it’s time to consider the movement a ruse and pay attention to what this movement is doing.

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Native American Assimilation

Native American is a strange term, because I am a fifth generation native-born American of German, English, and Nordic descent. I know no other home as I was born here and feel I have every right to call myself a Native American. It is up to me to carry on the traditions and culture of my ancestors. It is up to me if I want to engage in Oktoberfest, eat sausage, or drink tea at 4:00 pm. I don’t want or need to carry on the tradition of my ancestors. I grew up immersed in Americana in the greatest country that ever existed, the United States of America.

America is my home with deep seated roots. A book a distant relative made contains the contents of a letter written in the 1881 by John Squire, my great, great grandfather, who on a visit to Australia wrote, “…They have a good deal of American-made machinery here, which, you know, is grief to England. Hurrah for America!”.[1] [2] [3] I’ve been told many times by family members that I am related to Daniel Boone. I’m proud that after his capture by the Native Americans, they made him part of their tribe.

Many of the Native Americans that didn’t assimilate into the culture of United States have been relocated onto reservations.[4] On an Indian Reservation no one can buy or sell, and private property isn’t recognized. Those that have jobs work for the government, and those who don’t live off entitlements. Businesses are reluctant to bring investments to Native American reservations.[5]

Interior’s Bureau of Indian Affairs and Bureau of Indian Education have about 9,000 employees, spend $2.9 billion annually and hold around 55 million acres in trust for the Indians.[6] Recently federal policies have aimed at facilitating tribal sovereignty or self-rule.

After centuries since the inception of the United States, it’s time to free the Native Americans from communism imposed by the federal government and assimilate them into the United States. This also means that there would be no more Indian Casinos where gambling isn’t legal.

If a Native American is down and out after choosing the life of assimilation, that person should not be allowed to be part of this deal. There are other programs for that person. This is not about reparations, but assimilation. However I imagine with the 2.9 billion spent annually on Native Americans, they could find the money to get the best people to take a few years to develop a ten-year plan to transition the Native American population into our society.

When it’s finally done, I want Native Americans to take on the responsibility to carry on their own culture and traditions as long as they are legal. I would also like to be able to call myself a Native American, because the definition should be changed to mean those born as citizens of the United States of America.

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When Does the Fetus Have Rights?

I’m a woman who is not comfortable imposing my belief system upon others. My belief system inherently made me pro choice. When I got pregnant, I endured some pressure to abort. I kept my appointment with the OBGYN nurse. She said, “I’m not supposed to do this, but do you want to see your baby on an ultrasound?” After accepting, I saw my baby and decided that unless something was seriously wrong, I would never abort him. That decision not only gave me the love of my life, my son, but made me a less selfish and far better person. He has completely changed my life in ways I could never fully describe or even know. But I still don’t feel comfortable making that choice for someone else.

This issue came back on my radar when someone said that Scott Walker’s abortion bill was draconian, because it forbid abortion in the cases of incest and rape. On the surface that did sound draconian, so I looked up to see what they were talking about. The bill forbids abortions after 20 weeks. Walker defended it on July 20, 2015 saying, “At five months, that’s the time when that unborn child can feel pain. “When an unborn child can feel pain, we should be protecting that child.”[1]

I don’t believe that the moment before a woman gives birth around nine months unless her life is in danger, she should have the right to decide to kill her baby. There’s a point at which the fetus has rights. What is that point? 20 weeks sounds like a reasonable point. It’s more than halfway through a typical pregnancy term; if the woman hasn’t figured out she’s pregnant, she probably won’t until she gives birth. I hope there is more legislation that protects the rights of fetus’ from 20 weeks of pregnancy on.

Again abortion went off my radar until I watched the news. There recently is an issue with Planned Parenthood from an organization showing tapes of two separate Planned Parenthood doctors discussing selling body parts of fetus for profit with an actor posing as a buyer. I’m only going to post the worst of the quotes, that you can find the entire YouTube video and transcripts from my Bibliography.

Dr. Mary Gatter “…I talk to Ian and see how he feels about using a “less crunchy” technique to get more whole {fetal} specimens…” [2] [3] – page 22

Dr. Mary Gatter: “It’s been years since I talked about compensation {for fetal parts}, so let me just figure out what others are getting, if this is in the ballpark, it’s fine, if it’s still low then we can bump it up. I want a Lamborghini.” [laughs] [2] [3] – page 24

From my understanding it’s illegal to sell human body parts for a profit as well as using techniques that don’t put the patient’s health and well being first. I can’t speak about the laws, but this is definitely beyond deplorable. Planned Parenthood should not only lose ALL government funding, but a thorough investigation should be done, prosecutions should be made based on the findings, and actions should be taken to prevent future illegal activity.

I read somewhere that there have been 57 million abortions, since Roe v Wade that it is our lost heritage and culture. I have three very close relatives who I’ll never meet and are a part of this lost heritage. This topic hits home in more ways than one.

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