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The Invasion of the Libtards

Tadhg Ó Raghallaigh

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Antifa chant 'your children will read the Quran' in Germany

The gentleman with the camera crew on the other side of the barricades was asking some of them, "Don't you want to discuss this? Shouldn't we have a conversation?" All they had to say in response was, "Germany is shit, Nazis out, Get out!" I especially liked the dude with the "Jesus is dead" placard. Really nice touch.

Calling them Lumpenstudenten would be insulting to the Lumpen. They're deracinated (and hired) white trash.
 

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German crime show has to be re-shot because it showed right-wingers as heroes for saving a guy's life

Only a few days before the broadcast, MDR reworked the fourth Dresden Tatort episode “Eye to Eye”. Reason: right-wingers were represented as heroes in the crime series.

The dubious scene comes right at the start of the Tatort episode. Insurance victim Harald – played by actor Peter Schneider (42) – wants to take his own life and is rolling with his wheelchair down the steep Calberlastraße (12% gradient) in Dresden’s Loschwitz.

But five men rescue the man who is weary of life. They wear T-Shirts or patches with the Wirmer flag*, “Wir sind das Volk” [We are the people], “Deutsches Volk – Verkohlt! Geschrödert! Ausgemerkelt!” [German people – Charred! Schrodered! Merkeled! (with pun referencing former German chancellors] – an allusion to the anti-Islam Pegida movement.

The exciting Tatort scene ends as Böhlert’s wife comes and pushes her husband off screen with the words “Thank you for rescuing him!”
The daily newspaper “taz” criticised the fact that “Right-wing radicals get walk-on parts with MDR like children or old women” and are shown as “the good boys from next door”.

MDR reacted promptly to the taz criticism, and had the “Eye to Eye” episode reworked – the symbols were removed digitally.

http://www.bild.de/regional/dresden/tatort/ard-ueberarbeitet-den-neuen-dresden-tatort-53674068.bild.html
 

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Northwestern University plans to double the capacity of the “men’s project” that it launched last year to help male students “deconstruct their own masculinity.”

Each quarter since spring 2016, “NU Men” has offered 12 openings for a six-week program where men can learn how “oppression is impacted by their male or masculine identity” and how they can “contribute to stopping violence.”

The program was launched by Paul Ang, the school’s Director of Men’s Engagement, immediately after the university received a $300,000 “violence prevention” grant from the Department of Justice, though a school official told Campus Reform that the program is entirely funded by the university itself, and is not supported by the federal grant.

While NU Men initially offered one course per semester, that will change during the approaching winter quarter, according to The Daily Northwestern, which reports that the program will now host two courses per quarter, with a total capacity for 24 students whose “gender identity, expression, and/or biological sex align with male-ness, man-ness, and masculinity.”

The first workshop of the winter quarter will begin in November, featuring a two-hour discussion on “combatting toxic masculinity.” Over the course of the six-week program, participants will be guided through a series of discussions related to masculinity, including “positive ways” they can cope with the daily stresses of life, and “the relationship between masculinity and violence.”

Additionally, they will be asked to keep a personal journal through the course, turning it over to school’s administration for “assessment” upon its conclusion. “Engaging men, particularly college men, in conversations around what it means to be a man…can reduce gender-based violence and develop healthier relationships with masculinity,” explained Dan Amato.

https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10051
 

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Northwestern University plans to double the capacity of the “men’s project” that it launched last year to help male students “deconstruct their own masculinity.”

Each quarter since spring 2016, “NU Men” has offered 12 openings for a six-week program where men can learn how “oppression is impacted by their male or masculine identity” and how they can “contribute to stopping violence.”

The program was launched by Paul Ang, the school’s Director of Men’s Engagement, immediately after the university received a $300,000 “violence prevention” grant from the Department of Justice, though a school official told Campus Reform that the program is entirely funded by the university itself, and is not supported by the federal grant.

While NU Men initially offered one course per semester, that will change during the approaching winter quarter, according to The Daily Northwestern, which reports that the program will now host two courses per quarter, with a total capacity for 24 students whose “gender identity, expression, and/or biological sex align with male-ness, man-ness, and masculinity.”

The first workshop of the winter quarter will begin in November, featuring a two-hour discussion on “combatting toxic masculinity.” Over the course of the six-week program, participants will be guided through a series of discussions related to masculinity, including “positive ways” they can cope with the daily stresses of life, and “the relationship between masculinity and violence.”

Additionally, they will be asked to keep a personal journal through the course, turning it over to school’s administration for “assessment” upon its conclusion. “Engaging men, particularly college men, in conversations around what it means to be a man…can reduce gender-based violence and develop healthier relationships with masculinity,” explained Dan Amato.

https://www.campusreform.org/?ID=10051


What's really needed is a de-sissification project.