Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Jon Rappoport's blog taken down

Well, that sure breaks many links on my blog! 
SJW bastards aren't even leaving blogs alone. This guy has written impressively AGAINST wars, against big pharma, against giant corporations. SJWs now support wars, support big pharma, support giant corporations. The Marxism / socialism tag is just an illusion. But hey, Jon had pointed that out also eloquently. Perhaps that was explains why they were so keen in getting rid of him.

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From: Jon Rappoport
Date: Tue, May 14, 2019, 07:24

(To read about Jon's mega-collection, The Matrix Revealed, click here.)
by Jon Rappoport

I say, "Dear Parents, All over the world they are injecting your children, from the day of their birth, with poisonous chemicals and germs, and they're calling it a miracle.  But it isn't.  It's devastating."

And then, someone somewhere behind a curtain who's hidden his name-badge in his underpants says, "Censor that man.  Cut off his expression.  He has no right to say what he's saying."

The Soulless Ones are at it again.

Many of you now know that, last Saturday, WordPress took down my blog without warning or notice.  After 10 years---boom.  Gone.  We are in the process of restoring the blog through "other means."  Meanwhile, my home page at is still up, and you can let others know to go there to sign up for the email list to receive my articles in their inbox on a regular basis.  You can also order products at that same home page.

I strongly suspect that my articles criticizing vaccines triggered the censorship move.  The justification would be: well, we must protect the health of the public and your influence could be quite negative in that regard, etc.  

Information, evidence, opinion are all now subject to the preferences of "those in charge," who of course "only have the best interests of The People at heart."  Sure.  

The reality is: when there is something called official science, then unofficial science must be trampled on and stamped out---the word "official" tells you that authorities are pushing lies down on people's heads and those lies must be maintained and never doubted.  Unofficial science becomes dangerous.  It contains repressed truth.  

I've learned that first-hand over the past 35 years working as a reporter.  All my major investigations have been "unofficial," and in every one of those cases, there was someone standing in the middle of the road behind barricades shooing people away and warning that there was nothing OFFICIAL to see by going farther.

THE RIGHT TO HAVE AND EXPRESS AN OPINION OR VIEW OR FINDING are under attack.  Structures that would enable persons to express an opinion publicly are censoring certain voices.  They don't have to give a reason.  They just do it.  

They might say a writer "violated community standards."  What community, and what standards?  Oh, the ones they make up and pretend exist.  Those communities and standards.  Or perhaps "the community" they're talking about is some collection of goody two-shoes robotic idiots they've convinced to form an organization and make a so-called mission statement in line with official truth.  Blank minds, blank stares, earnest faces.

The age of rational argument and debate, if it ever existed, appears to be over.  Now it's just FIND THE CONTRARY VIEW and silence it.

Of course, I'm not the first person to be censored recently.  And I've noticed that the black-listing hasn't worked.  Those independent reporters and analysts and editorialists and activists are still talking and writing.  I'll do the same.

You can help.  Spread my articles any way you can.  Get others on my email list.  Consider ordering my three MATRIX collections. Get in touch with WordPress and let them know how you feel and what you think.  Refuse to obey the Law of Silence.

There is a WE here.  It isn't a collection of dumb know-nothings.  It's many individuals who happen to have arrived, separately, at a similar place: the crossroad where a choice is made for justice and against surrender.  

If you're not already there, get there.  If you're there, make your presence count.

The game isn't lost.  It isn't over.  

It's never over.
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Monday, May 13, 2019

Fwd: Another Censorship Blow for Vaccine Safety

Cutting off the legs of whistleblowers and new discoveries under the guise of "protecting" people from "dangerous" ideas. The fascists of the 21st century march on as liberals, academia, media and technocrats cheer blissfully.

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Charles Buckowski once said, "Censorship is the tool of those who have the need to hide actualities from themselves and from others."

That's exactly the case when it comes on the censorship of vaccine information, and 2019 has seen a massive increase in censorship of the topic of vaccine safety...

In the last few months, we've seen Google, Pinterest, Facebook, Amazon, YouTube, and even Etsy limit or even eliminate access to vaccine safety information... But the censorship hasn't ended at keeping articles and videos off popular public media; now we are seeing an all-out attack on even the production of vaccine safety information.

Many documentaries (including the Vaccines Revealed docu-series) depend on crowdfunding to support production costs. Sites like Kickstarter, GoFundMe, and Indiegogo allow producers to raise the funds they need to get a project going…and they give like-minded people an opportunity to be a part of the project by supporting it financially...

These crowdfunding sites are vital to groups that want to produce content but are not backed by large corporations…which means that in particular, whistleblowers who are trying to get facts out to the public rely heavily on this sort of funding...

Last week, Indiegogo announced that they would no longer allow fundraising for projects that address vaccine safety. This follows GoFundMe's March 2019 decision to censor vaccine information.

This is a serious blow to anyone who produces content related to vaccines, and it sets a terrible precedent.

Big Pharma has experienced some blows lately, with a case against the makers of Gardasil facing fraud, deceit and negligence charges that have made it past the safety of the government's vaccine court and into an actual court of law...

That, combined with an increase of pushback from parents concerned with the safety of vaccines and a slew of recent vaccine failures and injuries, has caused Big Pharma and its supporters to lash back...

They are running scared, and as the demand to keep transparency in vaccine safety and efficacy accessible to the public has increased, so has media censorship.

The internet (as of now, anyway) is still an open forum for the distribution of information and the sharing of opinions. Even if big media sites censor vaccine information, there are still avenues to share the truth...

But attacking the ability of like-minded people to work together and contribute to the production of a documentary is introducing a new level of censorship, and what's happening should raise alarms to anyone who is concerned about the right to free speech.

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Saturday, May 11, 2019

What conservatives can do about censorship by tech giants

THIS is an executive order that Trump can make and it can't be hijacked by the Dems: "Turn over ALL the digital content of everyone you have banned". That's a civil rights / decency measure that the liberals can't have much ammo against. And if it turns out they deleted shit without things being proven either way, then it amounts to destruction of evidence.

In an abusive relationship the victim must demand reparation and smooth separation. Not to be let back in. Smooth separation for banned conservatives amounts to the tech Giants handing over all their data, contacts, posts.

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

What the media means when they call someone a Divisive figure

When the media calls someone a "Divisive" figure,

What they really mean is,

This person has put forth ideas that dissent from the status quo pushed by the mainstream and their elite puppet masters. This has led to statistically significant numbers of people starting to think for themselves and question the status quo.

Before this person came along, there was much lesser dissent and so the population was unified in being indoctrinated by the mainstream media. Now, more and more people are waking up to this indoctrination and rebelling against it.

So there is a transition stage here : where significant portion of the population is still eating out of their hands, but more and more folks are now slipping out of their control. These dissenting parts of the population naturally aren't "unified" under their spell anymore.

And hence, the person is a "divisive" figure, in that he or she has managed to help several people break the mainstream's spell and start thinking for themselves.

So it's supposed to be a good thing. For us. But it's not good for the mainstream. Hence their negative spin on it.

Who are the "divisive" figures of our times? Let's see...

Alex Jones
Tommy Robinson
Katie Hopkins
Sargon of Akkad
Count Dankula
Jordan Peterson
Ben Shapiro
Dave Rubin
Candance Owens
Charlie Kirk
Sidney Watson
Paul Joseph Watson
Laura Loomer
Brittany Pettibone
Blonde in the Belly of the Beast
Ayaan Ali Hirsi
Imam Tawhidi
Maajid Nawaz
Yasmine Mohammad
Steven Crowder
Some Black Guy (he's a youtuber)
Brandon Tatum
Mike Adams
Liz Wheeler
Donald Trump
Matteo Salvini
Marie Le Pen
and many more. Many who may even have been silenced by the jealous mainstream long before they came to my attention. Heck, it's an emergent phenomena : you get rid of one, and soon enough there's more.

And over in India,
Arvind Kejriwal
< there may be more but I'm not in touch with the going-ons here.. but definitely Kejriwal's been continuously labeled a "divisive" figure >

Very "divisive" these people are. Sure. And they're even divided amongst themselves - most of these folks don't agree with each other. But that's more a symbol of independence and diversity of thought than being lost. Their core concepts are clear - way more clear than anything the media has dished up to us.

Through the extremely rough and serially slandered, lied-about and in many cases violently treated ( and even encouraged so by supposedly "responsible" and "nonviolent" media leaders) reception they have received from the mainstream media, through this very experience, we catch a glimpse of the little man behind the curtains who's pulling the levers. (reference to: Wizard of Oz).

I'm extremely happy that these people exist. More power to them and prayers for their safety in the midst of nonstop onslaught by powerful elites who prefer them dead.

Now another question I'd like to put forward. Some food for thought if you will.

If this is the mainstream media's concept and spin on Divisive Figures,
Then might there be similar play behind the "Unifying" Figures that they keep propping up? 

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Victim cards for Indian students in Western Universities? But they're mostly rich!

Open message to people in Western Universities :
The median Indian student you'll meet there is coming from an elite upper-caste family and has never had to struggle for anything in life and their family has oppressed other people to amass the wealth to send their child abroad.

There are exceptions but the majority are just rich kids who wanted to have lots of sex. They get a "culture" shock after reaching US because.. 
wait for it.. 
for the first time in their lives they have to cook and clean for themselves and they do not have servants at their disposal anymore. 

And when you ask them why they're so stressed, they're ashamed to tell you the real reason,

So they shout out the "structural racism" excuse. 

So please stop handing out victim cards to Indians in the US, folks. Please stop telling the next generation of our oppressor class that they're victims. They're not. The ones who have really struggled, do not need the victim card anyways and will make it on their own steam.

Thursday, March 28, 2019

The absence of gratitude

What I find missing in this whole mass immigration phenomenon of recent years, which was there till one or two decades ago, is gratitude

Both the possession of it in the incoming peoples, and the expectation to see it in the incoming peoples from the hosts' side. 

If a person had genuinely fled horrible circumstances, he/she would be grateful to their host country and thus would go the extra mile to comply, fit in, not make overt shows of own culture or religion, not throw rocks at ambulances, learn to communicate effectively (you don't need to learn the whole language; hand signs and basic words are enough, dude and now you have smartphones), to earn their keep, etc etc. I'm not talking about rubbing your nose in the ground : that's submission. What I'm referring to is gratitude and extra decency that comes from that sense of gratitude. Any people can still keep their pride and their identity intact whilst simultaneously displaying gratitude and decency to their hosts.

There's no way a grateful person would do ANY of the things that we see coming out of the present generation of immigrants to the West (by the way, anybody out there that STILL believes they're all Syrian refugees only as was heavily marketed to us?). I have grown up in an Indian expat family in Saudi Arabia while my Dad was working there. We had our differences with the locals especially in personal values, but we always had this feeling that we've gotten a decent shot at something way better, so let's make the most of it and let's tread carefully in front of our hosts; let's not do anything that may offend our hosts in any way, because at the end of the day, this is their home. 

We never expected the host population to "not offend" us - that wasn't even in the picture. If we received hospitality (and, newsflash : You receive hospitality precisely when you're not demanding it.), and we really did and I will always fondly remember the great Saudi hospitality despite all my disagreements with the Saudi Arabian culture, their foreign policies etc, we were grateful for it. It's not something to expect; it's a bonus.

And we weren't even refugees - we were just there for the better opportunities (not free stuff : better opportunities. There's a difference, mate!). 

You know what it indicates when you don't see gratitude in the immigrants - whether you call them "refugees" or "economic migrants"? It indicates that there are other reasons besides pressing circumstances or better economic opportunities. It indicates the presence of Entitlement instead of Gratitude. 

<-- Bit more serious digression -->
There was a collective aspect to this too. We clearly had a group identity as an expat population, and with that came group responsibility. If there was a case of one of ours doing something terrible, then that was a blot of all of us and that automatically put all of us at risk. Therefore we had a collective obligation to ensure someone from our group doesn't screw up. But do I see that in the recent immigrant populations of Europe, Canada now? No. I know that there will always be "one-off" incidents, but when thousands upon thousands of cases pile up in a very short amount of time, and when you go into the actual details of these cases and see the statements made by the people around the place, you start to see the common patterns : First and foremost there is an absolute absence of gratitude, not just in the criminal but in the whole surroundings. A thousand men have to think of European women as fair game for one of them to go ahead and commit a gruesome rape. It's never a solitary spike : it's always a bell curve. 

5 years ago I would not have believed these kinds of things could happen in Europe. That was where you went to get away from this madness. So many blood-curdling gruesome rapes, rape+murders, gang rapes, gang-rape-games, violent crimes, random on-street violence, organised gangs grooming and raping thousands of girls outside their community (by the way, along with white British girls, Sikh girls have also been a large victim group of the grooming gangs of UK), and the default line is "don't look at me, I didn't do it!" and the corresponding "how dare you blame the whole group, you're such a racist" from the noble valiant Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) who have no idea that their over-protectiveness towards their designated protected class has only empowered the criminals amongst that class instead of actually helping anybody. Perpetual victim mode is the perfect crucible for breeding irresponsible and outright pathological behaviours : because as long as you think of yourself as a victim, you can do anything you want without any accountability whatsoever.

Where's the sense of responsibility? Had there been even an iota of Gratitude, we would have seen a radically different set of responses and actions. We would have seen, by now, with the spate of horrible crimes, neighbourhood squads formed amongst immigrants to catch their miscreants and strictly discipline them (because they're taking the whole group down with them!) or hand them over to the local police. Instead, what we see is the migrant groups creating no-go zones where police, and even firefighters and ambulances are attacked, where they shelter their miscreants (and by miscreants I mean rapists and murderers and even terrorists) from legal accountability and where they openly declare that this area is not Sweden or Germany or <host country> anymore and their own traditional customs and laws apply here. If there was even an iota of Gratitude present, none of this would ever have happened; nothing like this could even begin to happen. The fact that this has indeed happened, indicates not just absence of gratitude at individual level, but more troublingly, absence of gratitude and presence of entitlement in its place at a population-wide level.

Apologies; I didn't want to bring in more strong language here, but there are serious things happening in our world that our mainstream media as well as our intellectual class living on nirvana steroids is hyper-actively making sure you never find out about. There's a reason they are on such a desperate overdrive to censor everyone who doesn't agree with their narrative : they are mortally afraid of what will happen when the population finds out about what they've been covering up.

<-- End of bit more serious digression -->

In hindi we have a phrase "Sir pe bithaa ke rakhaa hai" that literally translates to "putting the other on top of your head". And the moral of that phrase is that if you do too much hospitality and the opposite person doesn't have gratitude in them, then you're going to get abused. I am seeing that phrase coming to life at a continental level today.

We're seeing a toxic mix of entitlement on one end and white guilt on another causing abnormally high hospitality, which fuels more entitlement in turn. 
It would be great if we could return back to gratitude, people : immigrants must show it, and hosts must expect it. Hospitality needs to be conditional on gratitude. I won't comment about other sectors here, but in this case for sure, unconditional loving is only breeding entitledness and abuse. And even the entitled folks aren't happy by the way so the SJWs' goal for making sure everyone is happy is pre-screwed by design : the perpetual victim mode guarantees absence of happiness from one's life.

And more importantly the comments below it.

Disclaimer : My family has long back moved back to India; got no dog in this mass immigration fight at present and I can sit from afar and observe. If we were still staying there I wouldn't be comfortable saying any of this, so please recognise that there can be more people feeling this stuff but not able to express it.


Related video, and one that brought me hope:
Egyptian President Al-Sisi: People in Our Countries Should Not Expect the West to Welcome Them

Some more Indian proverbs on Gratitude and exploitation of hospitality:

"Tu maan na maan, main tera mehmaan" >> Irrespective of what you feel, I'm your guest and you have to serve me

"Ungli dikhayee toh haath nigal gaye" >> (Literal) gave a finger and (they) swallowed the arm

"Deraa maand ke baith gaye" >> effective and applicable translation: Got in without consent, dug in and have no intentions of leaving.

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Should RBI be independent?

Forwarding an opinion piece my an MP from Odisha. I'm relating this with the Federal Reserve problem in the US. There's no absolute thing as "independence" for institutions: Either they are accountable to the people via elected representatives, or they are accountable to a private oligarchy that can and usually does have vested interests that go against the best interests of the people. 

An independent CBI, as is widely talked about in the Indian political dissent discourse, is another red herring for me: that would make it an intelligence agency that is truly rogue and can any day start undertaking clandestine assassinations of emerging people's leaders, whistleblowers, journalists etc with no place for the population to go to to stop it. Many times the cure being advocated for is much worse than the original problem.

I had a similar problem with one of the Jan Lokpal movement's core demands too : "Independent". Where effectively all destructive decision making powers, without any constructive ones, are put in the hands of a tiny tiny group of people. Thought up by "perfect" people in their own image, assuming that they will always find "perfect" people to fill the post. Sorry, but no. 

In much of this I see a cop-out, a running away from a difficult collective responsibility. First we put rotten leaderships in power, and then we demand that all the institutions they are corrupting, be made "independent". Going further and further down that road leads to a situation where the people of a nation will have absolutely no say in how it is run - everything will be controlled by an elite class that can any day be corrupted. This is precisely what Europeans are rebelling against right now. It's not a sustainable path to go on. The more realistic solution is the more difficult one we were running away from : voting wisely.

How to lessen the burden and scope of disaster here? Simple : Decentralization of executive powers. As a federation, India is at this point way too centralized. Even at state level there's way too much powers vested in the hands of the State and way too less in the hands of panchayats and municipalities. Many municipalities are still practically run by the state government only.

On the other hand the idea that centralizing everything more and more will solve all problems, is a technocrat's (and I'll add, a Marxist's too) fantasy. Corruption will be there whether you centralize the decision-making or decentralize it. But what you destroy with centralization, is the people's ability to conquer corruption. You destroy the feedback mechanism. With decentralization, corruption is localized. The corrupt guy has only limited scope to do harm. When we centralize things, one person does something terrible and we all die. That's what happened under communism.

Perhaps using technology to efficiently share information between empowered stakeholders is what we could aim towards instead of using it to centralize authority.

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From: Baijayant 'Jay' Panda

Baijayant 'Jay' Panda

Should RBI be independent? A pushback is underway, globally, against the tenet of central bank independence

By Baijayant "Jay" Panda, The Times of India - December 18, 2018
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With the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) seeing its third governor in just over two years, there is renewed debate about its independence. This is a debate worth having, but not on narrow partisan lines. Instead, it is instructive to examine central banking's history and its present day challenges.

Modern politics, governance and even economics often resonate with the dilemmas faced by nations millennia ago, with relevant lessons from the Roman republic, the Mauryan empire and the like. But central banking is different.

Central banks are a construct of modernity for which there is no specific ancient wisdom. The first one, formed exactly 350 years ago, was Sweden's Riksbank, followed by the Bank of England (1791). Both were joint stock companies, aiming to lend funds to and buy debt from government. Others soon followed, including in the US and France.

This was progress from an earlier era of large merchants financing the sovereign. For example, the famous Rothschild family not only financed European rulers, but also profited heavily from a continent-wide courier network and its ability to get information ahead of others on the latest developments in markets and battlefields. Read more

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Thursday, November 1, 2018

The lessons I wish the Left takes from their Brazil defeat

The lessons I wish the Left takes from their Brazil defeat

Stop encouraging violence.
Stop calling for assassinations.
Stop treating censorship as the best way to solve all your problems, and stop silently supporting it.
Stop thinking all those smooth-talking billionaires and war-mongering TV news channels are suddenly on your side. They're not.
Stop positioning anything and everything that disagrees with you as the end of the world.
Stop labelling people as misogynist / xenophobe / homophobe / racist / etc as the escape route from having to prove your case.
Stop treating criticism of any ideology as racism
Stop blindly believing allegations when they suit your goals.
Stop dividing the population into oppressor and victim classes, and stop seeing the world that way.
Stop hating white people so much. Oh, and straight men, too.
Stop judging people by the color of their skin rather than the content of their character.
Stop worshipping noble-intentioned mass murderers. Their noble intentions didn't matter, their mass murdering did.
Stop blaming capitalism even for the messes your comrades created. Like the mass murdering, the elimination of freedoms, the crashing of economies through anally retentive top-down control.
Stop ignoring soaring crime and corruption.
Stop putting aside the law when the perpetrator belongs to your designated victim class.
Stop practising the soft bigotry of lowered expectations of decency and values and ethics from your designated victim class.
Stop pretending something is being done "by the people" when it's really just a bunch of cronies behind closed doors doing it.
Stop saying that everything is relative.
Stop saying that the messenger matters more than the message itself.
Stop pushing the lethally naive worldview that everything is only and only systemic/nurture and individual choices, values, responsibilities, nature don't matter.
Stop punishing the children for the sins of the parents and of people they have nothing to do with.

It's all been backfiring on you spectacularly.

With Regards,
A highly amused spectator

Monday, October 8, 2018

SJWs hate comedy

Here's another interesting topic for exploration regarding the SJW phenomenon : Their hatred for comedy.

SJW vs COMEDY - Joe Rogan - Jim Norton - Bill Burr -Gutenburg, 2016-11-27

SJWs don't just "don't approve of" some jokes. They go out of their way to make sure NOBODY ELSE gets to hear any of the jokes that they deem are bad.

It's precisely this over-stepping of boundaries, this invasion into other people's lives that makes an SJW an SJW. 

If your're a person who doesn't like certain kinds of jokes, then the best thing to do is to vote with your (and only your) own feet. Merely switch off and walk away instead of trying to shut the other person down. If you feel like "something needs to be done", then make better jokes that people like more than the ones you don't like. Let the crowd move on their own towards the better options, don't make yourself their mommy. Don't make it your life's single mission to destroy another human being's career. That's not cool, dear. There's already enough suffering in this world, there's no need for you to go out of your way to cause unnecessary suffering.

I sure am glad Russel Peters had his glory days long before the SJWs came along.


SJW: Social Justice Warrior

Friday, September 28, 2018

Fwd: AHA Foundation files Amucis Curiae in first ever prosecuted FGM case, Bipartisan coalition urges Congress to add anti-FGM language to VAWA, McGill University professor sheds light on child marriage in the U.S., and more

Hi, Sharing work by someone whose courage under immense fire from all sides I greatly respect. 

She is working on serious women's issues that are given a wide berth by the mainstream feminists, because these issues, like Sati, are endemic to certain non-western communities that have been designated as "protectorate" status by the wider social justice community. 

I have no problems with the wish to protect oppressed peoples. But where I see a proof of brainlessness combined with narcissistic self-righteousness coming in is : Because you think so and so community is under racist attack and they need your protection, you start attacking all the minorities WITHIN that community that are objecting to bad practices within that community. Ayaan Hirsi Ali is a Somalian and a victim of FGM: Female Genital Mutilation. For the "crime" of speaking out against harmful cultural practices in her community that she witnessed and suffered through herself, and linking them back to the source ideologies that she saw her elders using to justify these evil practices, she has been viciously attacked by privileged Western people who have never been in her position, and she has been hanged in the mainstream media's kangaroo courts of public opinion and labeled with pejorative terms so that regular people see those bad labels and don't bother to check out the actual details. 

The people who claim otherwise to stand up for human rights, have had no objections whatsoever to the violence committed on this lady and anyone who supports her. Her filmmaker was murdered in broad daylight in Netherlands and a paper was pinned to his body saying that she is next. Imagine how that man's family must have felt : to know that their loved one was killed by people who didn't even know him, just as a "message" to give to someone else, just because he took up work on a documentary film, while living in the Netherlands of all places. Imagine what would you feel if people who disagreed with you, KILLED YOUR COWORKERS just to send you a "message". Since over a decade now Ayaan has been forced to live under 24x7 armed security since that incident and keep her whereabouts secret, because of the serious death threats and rape threats against her and large bounties placed on her head by well-funded terrorist organizations. You won't see the SPLC or The Guardian mentioning any of these details when they are taking great pains to portray her up as a hate figure. They twist their words to subtly make you think that if anything bad happens to her then she "deserves it". She and her work and anyone who dares to interview her are being actively demonetized, shadow-banned, blocked, deleted, de-platformed by Youtube, Facebook and Twitter because the SJW moderators in those companies fell for the labels and think they know everything and never bother to thoroughly examine what they just censored. The SJWs join in with the terrorists and openly call for violence to be done to her, and nobody takes them to task for it.

It would be ok to just ignore someone who's trying to do a good thing, but you have to be self-righteously delusional to actually go out of your way to attack and sabotage someone who wants to ensure that other girls do not have to undergo genital mutilation as she did. And that is what I see the mainstream media, the "progressive" institutions and tech giants doing today. However "noble" their declared intentions may be, I for one am going to judge them by what they are actually doing.

In India we should consider ourselves lucky that our British occupiers outlawed and got our society to rethink things like Sati and child marriage (we've still got work to do in this part, but thankfully our mainstream accepts that it is bad and should end) long before today's bleeding-heart SJW's came along. A famous exchange of words that is said to have taken place back then between religious leaders and British administrators : "But this is part of our culture." "Well, in our culture we hang men who burn women alive. So let's both follow our cultures, shall we?"

Compare that attitude, that clear moral stand free from cultural relativity, with the post-modernist, moral-relativist Social Justice Warriors (SJWs) of today. If these issues had come up today, the BBC and The Guardian and CNN and MSNBC and Huffington Post and SPLC and all the "progressive" people taking cues from them would be attacking anyone who spoke out against Sati or child marriage by alleging Hindu-phobia. We'd see them justifying their hypocrisy by proclaiming that "all cultures are equal" and since child marriage and Sati are "integral and inseparable parts of Hindu culture" therefore you shouldn't speak out against it, and if you do then you're a racist. We'd see Sati and child marriage being practiced in Hindu households in the West and the police officers in charge would turn a blind eye or at best react only long after the crime has happened and never take to task the religious leaders who recommended it, for fear of being fired due to protests by angry SJW Twitter mobs.

To hell with these SJWs and their collectivist mob mentality which is SO God damn easy to weaponize. Ayaan Hirsi Ali is one of the real feminists of our times that we should be supporting, not the charlatans slandering and censoring her. Look up her interviews, check out her books and articles before the SJWs wipe them out forever.

AHA Foundation - Newsletter, September 2018

Ayaan Hirsi Ali,  Founder

Founder's Corner


Dear Nikhil,

After defense lawyers challenged the federal law's constitutionality in the first ever prosecuted female genital mutilation (FGM) case in the U.S., the AHA Foundation filed an Amicus Curiae Brief in support of the federal anti-FGM law. This motion is in support of the U.S. government's position affirming the constitutionality of the federal law, 18 USC § 116, that criminalized FGM in 1996. Read an update on the case and our work here.

This month we interviewed Dr. Alissa Koski, an Assistant Professor at McGill University who spent time researching child marriage in the U.S. while working at UCLA. Read about her alarming findings in our blog "Child Marriage in the United States: How Common Is the Practice, And Which Children Are at Greatest Risk?"

Despite our efforts, California Governor Jerry Brown signed SB 273, the harmful child marriage law, into effect. We appreciate all our supporters writing in opposition of it and we will continue working to protect children in California through advocacy and events this fall. Yesterday our Senior Director, Amanda Parker, spoke at a press conference in Pennsylvania to educate state legislators on the harms of child marriage and urge them to pass HB 2542/SB 1219 which would end this abusive practice.

Thanks to supporters like you, AHA Foundation has made important strides against female genital mutilation (FGM) in just the past few weeks. After months of galvanizing support, a bipartisan coalition formed by the AHA Foundation sent an urgent appeal to Congress, asking them to add provisions to the Violence Against Women Act that would protect women and girls from FGM. This federal bill has given zero attention to protecting girls from FGM in the U.S. since its inception 24 years ago. Find how you can help here.

With my deepest gratitude for your loyal support,

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Ayaan Hirsi Ali, Founder
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