I Can Force Them To Obey Me

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Trump Embraces Pillars of Obama’s Foreign Policy
DAVID E. SANGER FEB. 2, 2017

Lake Zurich High hazing included forced sex acts

Broadly speaking, though, the lawsuit alleges some players have urinated on other members of the team, slapped them in the face with their genitals and forced teammates to perform oral sex on each other. Debasing acts have been part of a tradition known as “(Expletive) of the Week,” in which the names of targets were written on a prominently mounted locker room whiteboard, the lawsuit claims.

“(Social) pressure and bullying at such events is so severe that even unwilling participants are forced to take part in acts that are assaultive, illegal and often sexual in nature,” according to the lawsuit.

The lawsuit claims that other acts, stretching back to 1997, have included players being stripped naked, punched in the genitals or sodomized with broomsticks. Other teams had their own traditions within the same time period, the lawsuit alleges, from cross-country runners being duct-taped naked to a post to wrestlers punching and kicking their teammates in what was known as a “birthday beatdown.”

Amateur tattooist ‘inks name on girlfriend’s EYEBROWS and claims he’s done it to 38 other women’
Ryan ‘Wibbo’ Wibberley, 23, claims he’s “branded” girlfriend Kourtney Leigh “like Heinz Beans” to put other men off asking her out

God Exists, the Rest Is Speculation
KEVIN BARRETT • FEBRUARY 3, 2017

The Qur’an, too, teaches that “it’s all good.” Dissolving key mistakes that plague the Old and New Testaments — priesthoods, “chosen people,” original sin, the trinity, the patriarchal and anthropomorphic misconceptions of God — the Qur’an, like Jesus, tells us that God made us and the world perfect. Our sins, terrible as they may be, are the result of forgetting, negligence, heedlessness. God is Reality is Truth is Beauty: As Keats said, “that is all Ye know on earth, and all ye need to know.” And the proper human posture is awed, ecstatic submission (islam) to that Reality.

Our culture is not one of awed, humble submission, or of reveling in loving communal abundance. It is rather one of chronic dissatisfaction, of whining and complaining, of arrogance and ambition, of material obsession and power-seeking and spiritual blindness. It is terminally afflicted by the diseases of the ego, and whether we die of nuclear holocaust, biowar pandemic, global warming, or — worst and most likely of all — extermination at the robotic hands of the soulless Darwinian “intelligent” machines we are creating — it is likely that civilization as we know it, and most of its inhabitants, will perish in the not-too-distant future. If we do, it will not be God’s fault. It will be our fault, for not listening to God and heeding His/Her/Its word.

5 Replies to “I Can Force Them To Obey Me”

  1. yah, Friday was a typical post, today was just silly. maybe Wayne Newton will sue him for slander. (he must have worked hard to get those pictures embedded into his post.)

  2. from the comments to https://surplusenergyeconomics.wordpress.com/2017/02/05/86-in-pursuit-of-safety/

    a great article byTim Morgan, BTW.

    words to live by if escaping to the country farm:

    Nigel on February 7, 2017 at 8:04 pm said:

    “I suppose as the prepper in Wales I ought to say something! I’ve seen this debated ad nauseam on prepper forums – bug in versus bug out, the best survivalist kit and so on but, in all honesty I doubt that if there is any period of lawlessness it won’t last long. So as to plans, in most cases, a full tank of fuel and a wad of cash would get you to a B&B somewhere rural where you can sit out the city riots in comfort.

    That does require a little discipline though: a half tank is your new ’empty’; £100 is you new ‘skint’. In addition increase your pantry: UHT milk lasts for months and evaporated even longer; learn to cook if needed and have dry foods available like flour, yeast, sugar (all types), cocoa and so on. As to water, my wife and I have drunk from our spring for 30 years without problems we just boil it first. Get a camping stove and spare cylinders but don’t suffer the dark. Light in the home is been the biggest advance we’ve ever made and there are a lot of past technologies. I have a large collection of oil lamps they run quite happily on paraffin which is kerosene which is heating oil and is very cheap unlike lamp oil which isn’t. But why even do that if you’re on the grid? For a small investment in a car battery charger, an old car battery, a small inverter and an extension cable when the power goes down you can plug in a table lamp (LED bulb) and it’ll last for hours.

    That’s the immediates for now, what I’ve done is to get out of debt. I own a smallholding here in Pembrokeshire with bees, chickens and 2 housecows. We live off grid, that is, we have no mains services other than a land line. We have no immediate neighbours but are on good terms with the closest farm. We’re close to a small town where the shops are entirely privately owned and a resilience group that already has plans in place to introduce an independent currency. I keep enough food and fuel to live very comfortably for several years, less comfortably for several more and then at an acceptable level for a lifetime. I hold no gold but I do have cash. Power is provided by solar, hydro and generator. I keep a 1000 litre tank of red diesel for the generator. This keeps a large chest freezer frozen by running it for an hour or so night and morning. I have several inverters and a large battery bank which charges from solar and from the generator when it’s on. I have reduced our power consumption by utilising thermo syphoning for the central heating (no pump needed) and for the pantry (no power needed at all). We stock the pantry with produce from the garden which is mostly under cover. The produce is bottled (americans call it canning) in Kilner jars. A lot is pickled and I produce my own vinegar from cider, wine and wild fruits such as Elderberry. I have a large grape vine that produces in excess of 100 bunches every year and peaches, apricots, nectarines and figs from an orchard house. I have taught myself plumbing, electrics, carpentry and general building and have every tool necessary. Oh, and I’m medically trained.”

    i understand most of it but why get yourself out of debt? what’s the point of paying down debt before TSHTF? afterward, fiat money and debt will be meaningless. better to use the money to leverage your cushion beforehand. maybe the guy is expecting Kevin Costner’s Postman to deliver a threatening letter from the now defunct bank?

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