Friday hawt chicks & links – The world upside down edition.

Not much going on this week. Oh sure, Serena Williams had a total meltdown that was then applauded everywhere by the SJW hordes as her standing up for sexism and racism and any other ism that you can poke a tennis racket at. Apparently the umpire who earned $675 to officiate the match is privileged, while little old temper tantrums who got a cool couple of million for showing up and dusting off her biceps is a victim.

World upside down, methinks.

I suppose the other big news this week was one of the most loved and worshiped figures of the prog left coming out and saying that Europe belongs to the Europeans. That’s right, step forward the Dalai Lama:

The Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, said Wednesday that “Europe belongs to the Europeans” and that refugees should return to their native countries to rebuild them.

Speaking at a conference in Sweden’s third-largest city of Malmo, home to a large immigrant population, the Dalai Lama — who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1989 — said Europe was “morally responsible” for helping “a refugee really facing danger against their life”.

“Receive them, help them, educate them… but ultimately they should develop their own country,” said the 83-year-old Tibetan who fled the capital Lhasa in fear of his life after China poured troops into the region to crush an uprising.

Saying it like it is; what a boss. I wonder if he will face Antifa protests on his next Australian tour? The amount of brain implosions that would go on with that would be truly astonishing.

An excellent summation of the history behind the attempt to steal land from the white South African farmers.

Finally, it’s worth mentioning that Afrikaner society is fundamentally and deeply conservative. Pornography and gambling were illegal in apartheid-era South Africa. Most businesses could not open on Sundays. Abortion, homosexuality and reproductive education were tightly regulated. There was no television until 1976, as this was believed to be immoral and a vehicle of Communism. English-language programming was seen as a threat to Afrikaans culture.

Sounds like a dream.

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American Pravda – 9/11 conspiracy theories.

So where do we now stand? It seems very likely that the 9/11 attacks were the work of an organization far more powerful and professionally-skilled than a rag-tag band of nineteen random Arabs armed with box-cutters, but also the attacks were clearly not the work of the American government itself. So who actually attacked our country on that fateful day seventeen years ago, killing thousands of our fellow citizens?

Effective intelligence operations are concealed in a hall of mirrors, often extremely difficult for outsiders to discern, and false-flag terrorist attacks certainly fall into this category. But applying a different metaphor, the complexities of such events may be seen as a Gordian Knot, almost impossible to disentangle, but which may sometimes easily be cut by asking the simple question “Who benefited?”

Who indeed …?

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Google executives have a pow-wow after the US election. It seems that they weren’t happy after spending all that time, money and energy to get Hillary! elected.

Listening to these fuckwits cry and moan about the horrible reality of free elections that they tried and failed to rig is both incredibly satisfying and puke inducing at the same time.

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A modern marriage in trouble.

The wife has bought the idea that she should be strong and independent, without recognizing that men are not attracted to strong and independent, especially not to fiercely independent. We might also ask whether the wife provides very much care for her daughter or whether she neglects her daughter too.

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When traditional means socially awkward.

In real life we are constantly meeting and evaluating people in a multitude of ways. There is no formal path to friendship because it isn’t how real social interactions work. We meet people and strike up conversations, and if there are common interests we learn that organically. Most of these interactions aren’t particularly consequential, and very few turn into true friendships. But the ones that matter end up mattering a great deal. We just don’t tend to know that up front when we are making a first impression.

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All Saints: The Church seeks to develop a partnership between the old and the new, a generational connection, if you will, between ancestors and descendants. As one person put it, there needs to be “a partnership between the dead, the living, and the unborn.” But the progressive “Catholic” or modernist “Catholic” has sought to break this connection. For them, the Church and her members were only enlightened in the latter half of the 20th Century. They arrogantly speak of “singing a New Church” in being… a Church that will meet the needs of modern man.

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Italy and Hungary create ‘Anti-Immigration Axis’.

“Today begins a journey that will continue in the coming months for a different Europe, for a change of the European Commission, of European policies, which puts at the center the right to life, work, health, safety, all that the European elites, financed by [billionaire Hungarian philanthropist George] Soros and represented by Macron, deny.

“We are close to a historic turning point at the continental level. I am astonished at the stupor of a political left that now exists only to challenge others and believes that Milan should not host the president of a European country, as if the left has the authority to decide who has the right to speak and who does not — and then they wonder why no one votes for them anymore.

“This is the first of a long series of meetings to change destinies, not only of Italy and of Hungary, but of the whole European continent.”

I love their use of the term, ‘Axis’.

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