Friday hawt chicks & links – The Trannie edition.

The barometer is falling faster than Triggly Puff shot out of a cannon. It’s time to batten down the hatches, trim the sails, lash everything to the deck and set for storm watch. The storm is the avalanche of links coming your way, the watch is what you do when you come across the hawt chick of the week, (I don’t want to know what else you do with her), and there’s nothing else so why did I make this a threesome?

How embarrassing. Keep her movin’.

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White men are indeed the problem, but not in the way you think.

A fascinating speech from Hans Hermann Hoppe on the subject of the alt-right. I will be referring again to this speech in the future but for now I wish to comment on a particular flaw in his argument.

Hoppe refers to the traditional Western family as being the greatest source of all that is good in the history of mankind. He then qualifies this by stating that it has also been the source of much that has been bad, but that does not negate or counteract its essential positive qualities. I agree with him on all of these points.

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Scouts Australia began admitting girls in 1971.

The news that the Boy Scouts of America have unanimously decided to begin admitting girls into the organisation from 2018 has been repeatedly described as being an historic decision. Particularly surprising is the use of this term by Australian media because the decision is not historic within the scouting movement at all. Scouting Australia began admitting girls in 1971, which coincidentally was the high water mark  for membership numbers. It’s all been downhill since then.

(So much for recruiting girls being a way to halt membership decline.)

Over at Ace of Spades, Ace expressed dismay at the decision but retained some hope of things not being all bad:

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