Why Trump is Right on N Korea

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News is abound lately of Trumps war of words via Twitter in response to the little dictator of N. Korea.     People of course, because it is Trump tweeting, are divided.   Some are condemning him, and some are defending him.      I’m one of those who support Trump on this.

In the past, presidents have basically ignored the bluster of Kim and his father’s bluster.  The reason being is because they weren’t a threat before.   They were safely contained in their country.     They didn’t attack anyone directly so they could safely be ignored.

Obama, made a mistake however, he ignored their nuclear program.   We will never know why he chose to ignore it, but that left the burden on the new president who took office, which happens to be Trump.

In Trump’s short time in office, N Korea went from being a blustering dictator with aspirations of grandeur, to a nuclear threat that could reach Guam and the western shores of the United States, thanks to some very public nuclear ICBM launches.

This changed things.    This has turned N Korea into a nuclear power.    With the button in the hands of an unstable leader, who believes he is a god.   Who has a mass of people who have been brainwashed that he is a god.     Due to this belief and their isolation from the rest of the world, the people of N Korea are unaware that their leader is a madman.

Some people who are against Trump, believe that in this situation Trump should just not provoke the little dictator.    That hiding their collective heads in the sand is the best answer.   Why?  Because it is easier to believe that they will not attack if you don’t do anything.     This is sane, but not reasonable or logical thinking.  After all, sane people don’t attack someone else unless they are provoked.

We are not talking about sanity here, when we speak of N Korea or their government and it’s leader.    Their leader, truly believes he is godlike.   He was raised to believe that by his father and that regime’s sycophants.      People in that country are forced to pray or to pay homage to statues all over that country at least once a day.    To them, Kim is a god.   Their leader.    The people don’t have internet access.    The ones who do are in the employ of the government and those people are heavily watched are restricted in what they are allowed to do online.    Mostly hacking and cyber warfare.

N Korea has one real city.   And that is the capitol where all the government officials live with their families.   No one who isn’t a government official is permitted to live there.    Tourists are allowed to go there.   However, they are strict rules for them and when outside the hotel, are only allowed to go where their tour guides tell them to.   The tour guides by the way are military intelligence personnel.    They watch and report your every word and move to their superiors.

This is the life in N Korea.   So when Kim has made threats in the past, it wasn’t that serious because they didn’t have the military might or power to do much more than bluster.

When N Korea developed nuclear warheads and figured out how to launch them to hit targets as far as the USA, that made them a serious threat.    You don’t leave someone who is mentally unstable with nukes.   And Trump is doing what Obama should have done.  Take them seriously.

Ignoring the problem doesn’t make it go away.    Typically ignoring problems only makes it worse.    Ignoring an unstable dictator with nukes can end up deadly bad for any western nation.

Trump is showing Kim by his words that he means business.    Trump managed to get the UN to unanimously impose sanctions on N Korea.   Which shows you that even the UN thinks this guy is a threat.

So to all the Trump haters out there.   You know who you are.   You are wrong.   Ignoring problems like Kim doesn’t make you safer, it puts us all in danger.   This was something that should have been dealt with by Obama.    Now Trump has to clean up the mess that Obama left and he is doing that.

If N Korea has to be turned into a big crater, then I’m not going to lose any sleep over it.

 

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Feminism is an Ideology based on Hate.

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I will say this over and over, until feminism ideology is treated by society, exactly what it is, which is an ideology of hatred of men.   Period.   People are leaving feminism ideology in droves but it won’t be finished unless it is legally recognized as a hate group.  Much like Neo-Nazi’s are treated.

I’ve heard the arguments from pro-feminists who give this world view description of it that is pure fantasy and not based on reality.   Even from the so called men, who support feminism, have been brainwashed in this ideology of hate, that they cannot even see it.

Here are some common arguements and lies that pro-feminists use to defend the hate group ideology.

1.  Feminism is about equality for all.

Yes we have all heard that one, and we all know it isn’t true.   The dictionary is a book that has the definitions of words in the english language and it tells a different definition.

Here it is: Feminism

The advocacy of women’s rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.

Now this reads like it is about equal rights but it isn’t.    Here is a real definition of equality.

Egalitarianism

The doctrine that all people are equal and deserve equal rights and opportunities.

Notice the difference feminists?   No?  Let me “mansplain” for you.

The first definition devotes the energy to supporting women’s rights only.    It operates on the assumption they are treated less than men.

Egalitarianism however, is one of equality, for everyone.   Not based on gender, not based on race, or sexuality.     In other words, it doesn’t give special treatment for one group.

Back to common arguments in the defense of feminism:

2. Feminism cares about men!

No actually it doesn’t.   It is a sexist, bigotted and homophobic ideaology.   It is a facist movement that was co-oped back in the 60s, by angry women.   They teach in gender studies courses the division of people.  It classifies them and puts them into victim groups with white men being the oppressors.

Let’s delve further into this. intersectionality:

The interconnected nature of social categorizations such as race, class, and gender as they apply to a given individual or group, regarded as creating overlapping and interdependent systems of discrimination or disadvantage:
through an awareness of intersectionality, we can better acknowledge and ground the differences among us’

The whole definition is about separating and categorizing based on oppression.   This ideology is taught in gender studies courses and taught this is still happening in western culture and society.    It teaches that we need to label ourselves and plot our victim hood on some scale of privilege vs oppression.

The final thing about intersectionanilty is that is doesn’t include white males.   Not one feminist, or their supporting men, will say that white men are an oppressed class and part of this intersectionanility.   In fact they will go out of their way and angrily pronounce that white men are the most privileged people in society, who oppress everyone else.

3.  Feminism loves men:

Sure they do, because this is their main scapegoat for all their projection of self hate.

Here is a classic example of blaming men by a blogger who wrote an article about why the world needs feminism.

https://andienns.wordpress.com/2012/07/11/77-reasons-we-still-need-feminism/

The gist of the article is that men are still the oppressors and still   I will follow up on this article with a list of my own to counter this one because this is the type of nonsense we need to speak out against.

4.  Feminism isn’t about hate.   It’s about love!

I heard this one by so many feminists, that it makes me so angry every-time I hear it.   It also shows they are down syndrome retarded in their thinking.     Here are some quotes by feminists that show the love!

“All sex, even consensual sex between a married couple, is an act of violence perpetrated against a woman.”
Catherine MacKinnon

“I believe that women have a capacity for understanding and compassion which man structurally does not have, does not have it because he cannot have it. He’s just incapable of it.”
Former Congresswoman Barbara Jordan.

“Men’s sexuality is mean and violent, and men so powerful that they can ‘reach WITHIN women to fuck/construct us from the inside out.’ Satan-like, men possess women, making their wicked fantasies and desires women’s own. A woman who has sex with a man, therefore, does so against her will, ‘even if she does not feel forced.’
Judith Levine, (explicating comment profiling prevailing misandry.)

“I want to see a man beaten to a bloody pulp with a high-heel shoved in his mouth, like an apple in the mouth of a pig.”
Andrea Dworkin; from her book Ice and Fire .

“I claim that rape exists any time sexual intercourse occurs when it has not been initiated by the woman, out of her own genuine affection and desire.”
Robin Morgan

 

From ‘A feminist Dictionary; ed. Kramarae and Triechler, Pandora Press, 1985:

MALE:…represents a variant of or deviation from the category of female. The first males were mutants…the male sex represents a degeneration and deformity of the female.

MAN:…an obsolete life form… an ordinary creature who needs to be watched…a contradictory baby-man…

I could go on and on but you get the idea.  Feminism is about the hatred and subjugation of men.   It teaches men they are evil and that women are best people.

It is time we denounce feminism, challenge it’s conceptions and presume it is gospel truth and fight the hatred of it.

We have allowed feminist ideology to infect society in such a way it is now affecting everyone as a whole.   It is a lie that teaches hate.   It infects our schools, our government, our jobs, even our homes.

Stand up.  Say no to feminism and challenge anyone who supports it.   It will be the only way we can stop this hate group.

Anger .. The cause of much…

I was online earlier today and noticed a comment on a friend’s status about an article that appeared in the canadian news papers about a Canadian kid who went over to ISIS and made a video to warn Canada.

Now, please understand. I don’t like war.  I think it should be avoided at all costs.  I do know that sometimes, just sometimes it is justifyable.   I also look at these stories with a grain of salt when it comes from the mainstream, and i don’t look at it from angry eyes.

My friend’s anger was almost of a nature of fire and brimestone.  He condemned the kid in the story, called him traitor, denouncing him for joining a cause.

My friend in question was from anger, real anger derived from coming from Lebannon, a country were war is real and religious hate groups are real.  He has family that still lives there in fact.

The anger directed at ISIS and ISIL is to me, crazy and extreme in itself.   People are righteous in their hatred and anger for them without really able to express why.

I pointed out to my friend that coming from a view that I had no emotional attachment going either way I could see why and how these groups have sprung up and quite frankly, don’t blame it for happening.   I believe we Canadians would do the same if we were in their positions.   In fact, history shows we have in our early beginnings.   Not based on Religion but on a goal.

This is the same for ISIS and ISIL.   I can’t see them as some monster in the dark who will cut off my head.  I can’t, and anyone who looks at the world with an open mind, will see what caused this situation in the first place.   Plus when you have watched this all your life, in these countries then you can see the progression and know that these groups are desperate people.

Now before you go on a rant, think for a moment.

These countries used to be peaceful for the most part.  Every once in awhile one would break out in war and always,  ALWAYS, the american military would be there.   When I was younger, I would watch the news and it was always put forth that the american troops were there to stabilize the middle east.  To bring peace again to a “war torn” nation.   We don’t hear that anymore, we don’t even see the media even try to tell us that anymore.

Many of these countries are very powerful.   The reason for this is they are oil producing countries that control a huge portion of the world’s oil supply.   By destabilizing their governments and plunging those countries into wars, the american government can send troops in under the pretense of protecting the people and oh, protecting the oil as well.

I remember watching on the news, the footage of the american troops on the oil fields trying to put out fires.   Spouting flame from the ground going a mile high into the air under high pressure and extreme heat.   Yeah.   Very rarely did I see footage of a soldier saving civilians in those countries. I did happen, but now that I think back on it, it was usually when the world started to question the american involvement.  That would be when we would see footage of soldiers carrying injured children from rubble to get medical attention (allegedly).

Now here we are almost 40 years later, those middle eastern countries are in no better shape then when I was a kid.   New groups have sprung up and of course the media and the western governments condemn their actions and outrage follows from civilians who look no further than the 2 minute news story on their tv screens or the newspaper column.

This is where i have issues.   We have a means at our disposal that gives us more information, more quickly than the news media can put out.  The Internet.

I myself use this as a source.   Like all sources, it is not always reliable and sometimes it can be dead on reliable.

I look at all sides of the picture and come to my own conclusions, and I don’t assume the view that is portrayed my mainstream media.   Why?  They simply don’t check sources anymore.

I look at the videos and blogs from the people of those countries, the videos and blogs of the soldiers themselves.

Did you know there is a huge amount of videos of US soldiers who are condemning what is being done and they also testify on camera that they are being ordered to kill, rape and beat innocent civilians in those countries?   They get awarded by their superiors for their “first kills”.     One horrific story, a squad, raped a teenage girl, and forced her father to watch and then they set them on fire.   In that particular video, he showed footage from the building where it was done and you could see the blackened cement where the fire burned the bodies.

Those are just some tiny examples of what war is.  So imagine when you live in a country that is constantly bombarded by the Americans, from afar.  Whole families are killed by gunfire in an entire apartment complex, because the Americans want to kill 1 person in that building.

Generations have lived in those conditions.  Over and over and over again.  Not one person hasn’t had a person killed by either side.

Imagine if that was your world.  Unfortunately I have a vivid imagination and can see this all to well.

Out of that anger, then springs up groups that want to take their homes back, their lands, and their country and bring peace.   So these militant groups spring up and organize and fight back.   Some are military trained some aren’t.  That doesn’t matter.  It’s the goal.  The goal to get their lands back and stop the killing from foreign troops.   They use any means at their disposal, because they are outnumbered, and outgunned.  They are desperate and want their country back and to know what peace is, because they simply never have seen peace.   Never lived in a place where they didn’t have to fear getting shot when leaving their home, or being able to go to sleep at night wondering if they would wake up at sunrise or die by a midnight bombing of their home.

That constant barrage of fear will spring hatred.  That hatred becomes driving force in many militant groups and religion will even bring that to the forefront.

So I do understand why and how these groups spring up.   I do also know where the blame lies.  It really isn’t with the religion or with militant groups.   They are fighting for their lives.

You have to look back in history to see what is happening and to the cause   And it all started with the invasions by the american forces.    If the american and Canadian troops left those areas, then peace eventually would come back to those countries.   And eventually the anger would fade.

http://news.nationalpost.com/2014/12/07/john-maguire-an-isis-fighter-from-ottawa-appears-on-video-warning-canada-of-attacks-where-it-hurts-you-the-most/