#NotAllMen Are Dangerous, But #YesAllWomen Live With That Fear

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Care because she’s a person, not just because she’s someone’s anything.

“Women should not have the right to choose who to mate and breed with. That decision should be made for them by rational men of intelligence. If women continue to have rights, they will only hinder the advancement of the human race…There is no creature more evil and depraved than the human female […] The first strike against women will be to put all of them in concentration camps like the plague they are. At these camps, the vast majority of the female population will be deliberately starved to death […] A few of them would be spared, however, for the sake of reproduction. These women would be kept and bred in secret labs.” -Elliot Rodger

It wasn’t just an issue of perspective, a chip on the shoulder or a bad experience or two in life that drove 22-year-old, Elliot Rodger, to go on a rampage through Isla Vista, the UCSB college community in Santa Barbara, on Friday, May23. Rodger had killed several students before taking his own life because he believed in something that is actually quite prevalent in today’s society. It was the evil blind hatred of women that fueled Rodger’s rage, and this isn’t the first time something like this has happened. Continue reading “#NotAllMen Are Dangerous, But #YesAllWomen Live With That Fear”

Pomona College Student Pursues Lawsuit after Getting Stopped At Airport over Arabic Flashcards

As published on Uloop

TSA agents are attempting to appeal a dismissal by a district judge who has denied their motion to dismiss a law suit pursued by a Pomona College Student. The student, Nicholas George was “perp walked” through the airport after Transportation Security Administration agents saw the words “bomb” and “terrorist” written in English and Arabic among his flashcards in 2009 and called police.

George was detained in handcuffs at Philadelphia International Airport for several hours over the Arabic language flashcards on his return to Pomona from his home in Philadelphia he has asked a U.S. appeals court last Friday to let him pursue his lawsuit against five federal agents, three TSA agents and two FBI agents individually.

George’s lawsuit accused the agents, Philadelphia police and a Joint Terrorism Task Force of violating his free speech rights and conducting an improper search and arrest. Continue reading “Pomona College Student Pursues Lawsuit after Getting Stopped At Airport over Arabic Flashcards”

Children Of The Rainbow

I was going to write a post about some issue that was going on in the world today. I combed through stories soaked in evil and hatred on various websites and twitter links until I stumbled onto something that was really amazing.

In the pouring rain under umbrellas and wrapped up in rain coats on a cold April day, thousands of Norwegian citizens gathered together to public squares on Thursday, April 26, and sang an uplifting song to dispel terrorism. About 40,000 people sang singalongs of “Children of the Rainbow” all over Norway in rememvberance of the 77 individuals who were killed by the far-right terrorist, Anders Behring Breivik, during a bomb-and-shooting rampage.” The killer, now on trial for the heinousness acts, “claims the songs has been used to brainwash the country’s youth into supporting immigration.”

Here are some of the Norwegian lyrics for “My Rainbow Race:”

“A sky full of stars, blue sea as far as you can see

“An earth where flowers grow, can you wish for more?

“Together shall we live, every sister, brother

“Young children of the rainbow, a fertile land.”

And here is some of the footage from the day untranslated: