How Feminism Helped Erase Female Biology

Intellectually dishonest activists in science intentionally misrepresent scientific discovery in the realm of sexology, the study of sex and gender, because “Scientific research is no longer about exploring new ground, but promoting ideas that make people happy.” But happiness is not a relevant goal of scientific research. The intentional distortion of science to meet social justice criteria results in bad science and diminishes scientists’ ability to do objective research.

Oregon State Police Pull Out Of Protecting Portland Courthouse After City Refuses To ‘Prosecute This Criminal Behavior,’ Department Says

“The Oregon State Police is continually reassessing our resources and the needs of our partner agencies and at this time we are inclined to move those resources back to counties where prosecution of criminal conduct is still a priority.”

Feds seize ‘millions’ from Al Qaeda, ISIS, Hamas cryptocurrency sites

The U.S. Department of Justice announced Thursday it had disrupted three terrorist-financing cryptocurrency campaigns associated with Al Qaeda, the Islamic State (ISIS), and the Hamas-affiliated Al Qassam Brigades.

U.S. authorities seized “millions” of dollars from over 300 cryptocurrency accounts, four websites, and four Facebook pages associated with the terror financing efforts, according to a DOJ press release Thursday.

VIDEO: Mother of the year


‘It Was a Planned Attack.’ Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot Says Looting Was Organized

A day after looters smashed-in retailer’s windows, carried away loads of high-end merchandise and overwhelmed police officers in downtown Chicago, Mayor Lori Lightfoot says the violence was an organized raid and not a demonstration of angry protest.

“When people showed up on Michigan Avenue in the downtown area with U-Haul trucks and cargo vans, and sophisticated equipment used to cut metal, and the methods that were used, and how quickly it got spun up… that wasn’t any spontaneous reaction,” Lightfoot told TIME in her fifth-floor offices at Chicago’s City Hall on Tuesday.

WE Charity laying off dozens in Canada and U.K., looks to sell real estate

WE Charity says its financial position has been greatly affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and “recent events,” prompting a need to shift programming and reduce staff.

HOLY CRAP: Israel and UAE reach historic peace deal, Israel to suspend annexation

The peace deal was the product of lengthy discussions between Israel, the UAE and the United States that accelerated recently, White House officials said.

Alberta government hand-picks new school curriculum advisers

The eight new advisers are in addition to 358 teachers and other experts already serving on eight curriculum working groups assembled by the former NDP government.

National Media Refuse To Cover Murder Of 5-Year-Old Because It Doesn’t Fit Their Racial Narrative


It is a story that shocks the conscience. Even amid all of the death and atrocity in the world, it stands out, and sticks with you. Five-year-old Cannon Hinnant was murdered in cold blood this past Sunday while out riding a bike in front of his father’s house. The alleged killer, Darius Sessoms, was witnessed walking right up to the child, putting the gun to his head, and pulling the trigger. An execution at point blank range, of a small child, in front of his sisters who were also playing outside at the time.

Sessoms initially fled the scene but was caught hours later. It is still not known why he allegedly committed this unspeakable atrocity, though at one level it doesn’t matter. It is obviously a hideous evil no matter the motivation. But you cannot help but ask why, especially when you realize that Sessoms was the next door neighbor, and according to some witnesses, he had just been over for dinner the night before. Whatever the answer to the “why” question — and I suspect we may never be given a coherent one — a beautiful and joyful child has been taken from the world, and the hole left in his absence will never be filled. That is one thing we know for sure.

Here’s another thing. The name Cannon Hinnant would be known across the country, and the name Darius Sessoms reviled the world over, if the races were reversed. A story of a white man running up to a black child and executing him while he rode his bike would be front page news for weeks. And there would almost certainly be rioting, spurned on in part by the incessant coverage.

Instead, this story has gotten almost no coverage by the American national media. And when I say “no coverage,” I really mean no coverage.

Israel: ‘50% of coronavirus patients in the city are from east Jerusalem’

“The population density in some neighborhoods, especially in the haredi and Arab sectors, are challenging, and make it difficult to handle the crisis and ensure that the hospitals aren’t overwhelmed, leading to a high fatality rate.”

Palis: “The day you extend your hand, we’ll cut it off”

We should make peace with these people already

Why Palestinians prefer to work for Israelis

The real question is, why do Israelis hire palis?

Democrat Rule: Minneapolis Requires Owners of Businesses Destroyed in Riots to Pay Remaining 2020 Taxes Before They Receive Permit to Remove Burned Down Remains

Fairness and justice, lib style

Chicago’s State’s Attorney Kim Foxx Dismissed More Than 25,000 Felony Cases in Her First Three Years – Police Union Asks the Feds to Step In

The Chicago Tribune found that Foxx’s higher rates of dropped cases included people accused of murder, shooting another person, sex crimes, and attacks on police officers — as well as serious drug offenses that for decades have driven much of Chicago’s street violence.

VIDEO: Liberalism is a mental disorder

Perfectly stable pasty white Karen of the day

Pennsylvania District Mandates White Supremacy Lessons for Kindergartners

Elementary school children returning to a wealthy Pennsylvania classroom in the fall will learn that sympathizing with police officers is racist.

Gladwyne Elementary School—located in Lower Merion School District, one of the richest in the nation—will require fourth and fifth graders to read Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness, which claims that white people who relate to police officers or decline to watch the news are complicit in racism. The curriculum also assigns A Kid’s Book About Racism to kindergarten and first graders.

The books are raising eyebrows among some parents, who take issue with their political focus. Elana Yaron Fishbein, a mother of two boys and a doctor of social work, penned a letter to the district’s superintendent, board members, and the school’s principal demanding the school remove its new “cultural proficiency” curriculum.

“The book teaches kids not only to defy parents but to hate themselves,” Fishbein told the Washington Free Beacon. “To hate their parents also because they are white. By default, [the kids] are white, and they’re privileged, and they’re bad. [The school] is teaching this to little kids.”

Teacher Worries Virtual Classrooms Will Let ‘Conservative’ Parents Hear Them Brainwashing Their Kids About ‘Gender/Sexuality’

On Saturday, a teacher in Philadelphia started a thread on Twitter lamenting that the virtual-classroom model for school might prevent teachers from having “honest conversations about gender/sexuality” with students because parents might be listening.

“So, this fall, virtual class discussions will have many potential spectators — parents, siblings, etc. — in the same room.  We’ll never be quite sure who is overhearing the discourse. What does this do for our equity/inclusion work?” tweeted Matthew R. Kay, a founding teacher at Science Leadership Academy (SLA).

“How much have students depended on the (somewhat) secure barriers of our physical classrooms to encourage vulnerability? How many of us have installed some version of ‘what happens here stays here’ to help this?” he continued.

So, according to Kay, lots of teachers encourage their students to keep secrets from their parents about what they’re being taught at school. That’s good to know.

Kay’s big concern is indoctrinating kids about sexuality.

How the Toronto-registered websites of al-Qaeda and the Pakistani Taliban were taken down

When the Toronto-based tech company Tucows Inc. discovered it was providing domain registration services to the Pakistani Taliban, it immediately contacted the RCMP for guidance.

Days later, it was still waiting for a response.

Wisconsin Forces Employees to Wear Masks at Home Alone During Zoom Meetings

In an email to employees sent out on July 31, the head of Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources not only reminded employees of Gov. Tony Evers’ mask order going into effect on Aug. 1, he also said that every DNR employee must wear a mask … even while on a teleconference.

“Also, wear your mask, even if you are home, to participate in a virtual meeting that involves being seen — such as on Zoom or another video-conferencing platform — by non-DNR staff,” Preston Cole said, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. “Set the safety example which shows you as a DNR public service employee care about the safety and health of others.”

Syracuse to punish ‘bystanders’ of ‘bias-motivated’ incidents

Syracuse Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Keith Alford announced that “bystanders” and “accomplices” to “acts of hate” will be held accountable by the school

VIDEO: Antifa/BLM attacked and looted Ronald McDonald House while sick children were inside


Just 3 Percent of Hispanics Call Themselves ‘Latinx’

Only 23 percent of self-identified Hispanic or Latino adults have heard the progressive neologism “Latinx,” a newly released Pew Research poll reveals, while just 3 percent actually describe themselves with the word.

The term, which proponents employ as a gender-neutral variant of “Latino” and “Latina,” has gained widespread currency in recent years among corporations, universities, and progressive politicians. But, Pew finds, few Latino adults themselves either use it or even recognize it.

Teachers, parent groups protest at Queen’s Park for smaller elementary class sizes

To make proper spacing between children possible, the groups are asking for smaller class sizes of up to 15 students, as well as improved ventilation, increased cleaning and nursing staff, guaranteed paid sick days for staff and funding to address racism.

Contract awarded to former Liberal MP’s company to make 10,000 unapproved ventilators

Montreal-based Baylis Medical Company Inc., owned by former Quebec Liberal MP Frank Baylis, was awarded a federal contract to make 10,000 pandemic ventilators despite the machines having never been “approved in any jurisdiction to date,” a Department of Health memo has found.

The company was given the green light to make 10,000 ventilators by October 21. Baylis, who serves as chairman for the medical company, served one term as a Liberal MP from 2015 to 2019.

According to Blacklock’s Reporter, Baylis was a “generous donor” to the Liberal Party, having donated over $66,000 from 2005 onward.

Passengers with COVID-19 keep arriving in Canada on international flights

Eighteen flights arriving in Canada from international destinations since the start of August have had people on board with COVID-19.

VIDEO: Filthy Kamala Harris

The Princeton Faculty’s Anti-Free-Speech Demands

Princeton university is consumed from top to bottom with what seems to be the question of the moment: How should it reorder itself to fight racism?

The school’s president, Christopher L. Eisgruber, ordered 23 of the institution’s most senior academic and administrative leaders to focus on how to marshal Princeton’s teaching, research, operations, and partnerships in service of “eliminating racism” on and off campus. By August 21, they are to report on what specifically can be done “to identify, understand, and combat” it. The university is also giving $1,500 grants to students who want to fight racism, and has made available new funding for faculty to run scholarly projects or expand course offerings related to racism.

These efforts, though, don’t come close to satisfying the calls for change coming from within the Princeton community. Groups of students have variously described the composition of Princeton’s faculty and its “institutional culture” as “pillars of its oppressive past,” declared that their education failed to prepare them to vanquish racism, and urged a “comprehensive transformation” of curriculum, programming, and faculty.

More notable, roughly 350 faculty members and staff signed an open letter, published on July 4, that set forth nearly 50 demands. These were premised on the claims that anti-Black racism plays a powerful role at Princeton, that it has “a visible bearing” on Princeton’s makeup and hiring practices, and that “indifference to the effects of racism on this campus has allowed legitimate demands for institutional support and redress in the face of micro-aggression and outright racist incidents to go long unmet.”

Among the demands: Exponentially increase the number of faculty of color; elevate more faculty of color to leadership positions; use admissions as a tool of anti-racism; implement anti-racist training that “moves participants through stages of vulnerability, productive discomfort, and reflection”; pay faculty of color more and give them course relief and more time for sabbaticals than white faculty to reward “the invisible work” they do as “spokespersons” for diversity; create “a center specifically dedicated to racism and anti-racism”; reconsider the use of standardized tests like the SAT and GRE in admissions decisions; remove questions about misdemeanors and felony convictions from admissions applications; fund an indigenous-studies professorship “for a scholar who decenters white frames of reference”; and support efforts by departments and programs to identify and recruit postdoctoral scholars of color.

One demand in particular generated a great deal of attention in the media: “Constitute a committee composed entirely of faculty that would oversee the investigation and discipline of racist behaviors, incidents, research, and publication on the part of faculty.” The letter added that “what counts as racist” should be determined by the yet-to-be-formed faculty committee.

VIDEO: Rowan Atkinson: we must be allowed to insult each other


Black Lives Matter holds rally in Chicago to support those arrested after looting, unrest

“That is reparations,” a BLM organizer said. “Anything they wanted to take, they can take it because these businesses have insurance”

Math education prof says using ‘2+2=4’ to show math’s objectivity ‘reeks of white supremacist patriarchy’

“The idea that math (or data) is culturally neutral or in any way objective is a MYTH. i’m ready to move on with that understanding. who’s coming with me?”


Laurie Rubel

Qatari academic blames Lebanese girls, gays, plastic surgery for blast

Qatari sociologist Abd al-Zaziz al-Khazraj al-Ansari blamed last week’s Beirut port explosion on Lebanese girls, homosexuals and plastic surgery in the Eastern Mediterranean country.

In a video that Ansari uploaded on August 6, he cites the causes for the blast that killed at least 220 people and injured 7,000 as “85% of Lebanese girls are not married. What do you think they are doing? Making original models with the boys? Collecting stamps? Most of them are involved in forbidden relationships.”

Trump Signs Order Seeking to Return Drug Production to U.S.

“We’re dangerously overdependent on foreign nations for our essential medicines, for medical supplies like masks, gloves, goggles and the like, and medical equipment like ventilators,” Navarro said. “Across the world we have sweatshop labor, we have pollution havens, we have tax havens, which have pulled our manufacturing offshore particularly for pharmaceuticals.”

Chicago Hellhole: At Least 35 Shot, Four Fatally, over Weekend

Murders in Chicago were 139 percent higher in July 2020 than they were in July 2019.

Chicago raises bridges, blocks access to downtown after overnight looting

13 Cops Hurt During Retaliation Looting

The most ridiculous foods that bars are serving to comply with Cuomo’s mandate

Because NOT serving food will spread the Corona

Another Democrat Says Hydroxychloroquine Saved His Life

Paul Vallone, a Democratic New York City councilman, says he nearly died of COVID-19 earlier this year, but hydroxychloroquine saved his life.

“I couldn’t breathe, very weak, couldn’t get out of bed. My doctor prescribed it. My pharmacy had it. Took it that day and within two to three days I was able to breathe,” Vallone told The New York Post. “Within a week I was back on my feet.”

As the Chinese turn temples into pig sties and force nuns and monks to worship photos of President Xi… Who will stop the torturers of Beijing wiping Tibet from the face of the Earth?

At last the world is waking up to the horrors inflicted by the Chinese Communist party upon the people it has colonised. In the past few days alone, we have seen pictures of chained and blindfolded Uighurs being forced on to trains to take them to concentration camps.

US customs officers have seized a ship containing 13 tons of human hair taken from the camps, where inmates are forcibly shaved.

And we have been shocked by the forced abortions and sterilisations of Uighur women revealed in such chilling detail in the Mail on Sunday two weekends ago.

Those who thought ‘never again’ after the abominations of Hitler’s Germany are seeing history repeated. Then it was Jews. Now it is the Muslims of north-western China. And for even longer it has been the Buddhists of Tibet.

Canadian parents are setting up ‘pandemic pods’

With just a few more weeks of summer, Canadian parents are left with a tough decision: send their kids back to school during the coronavirus pandemic or attempt to homeschool.

Although the latter may not be economically feasible for all families, some parents are exploring taking homeschooling one step further by creating “pandemic pods.”

The idea is to have a small group of children — a pod — learning together. The parents, on rotation, can educate the children, or they can pool together funds to hire a tutor or teacher.

Proposed $200M private orthopedic surgical facility would be largest in Alberta’s history

In Ontario, people suffer two years waiting for knee replacements

CBC trying to destroy Ontario doctor for telling the truth about hydroxychloroquine

2 other doctors are in on the attempted takedown – Alex Nataros of B.C. and Michelle Cohen of Brighton, Ontario.

Nearly 20,000 fake US driver’s licenses from China and other countries seized at Chicago airport

Federal customs officers have seized 1,513 shipments from overseas containing fraudulent documents—19,888 counterfeit U.S. driver’s licenses—just at Chicago O’Hare International Airport this year through the end of June.

Most of the shipments came from Hong Kong and mainland China, according to U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Other shipments came from South Korea and the U.K.

Defecting Cuban Slave Doctor Banned from Seeing Kids: ‘They Think I Don’t Love Them’

Manoreys Rojas Hernández, a former Cuban slave doctor who defected from the program and is thus banned from his home country for eight years, said in an interview published Friday that he fears his children think he does not love them because the communist regime won’t let him visit them.

Cuba makes billions selling the services of poorly paid medical professionals to friendly states around the world. The Castro regime forces tens of thousands of doctors around the world to work in dangerous locales that domestic doctors do not tend to, offering them a percentage of the salaries the host country agreed to that is not enough for them to survive.

The Wall Street Journal estimated in 2019 that Cuba makes about $11 billion in 60 countries around the world selling slave doctors. The Organization of American States (OAS) denounced the practice in December as “human trafficking.”

Rojas joined the program as a trained orthopedics specialist in 2014. The Castro regime sent him to Ecuador, ruled at the time by socialist ally Rafael Correa (Ecuador has since ordered Correa’s arrest, though he fled to Belgium). There, Rojas said that his main task as a doctor was to spread socialist propaganda in an attempt to boost popular support for Correa.

“All the medical missions have a political ulterior motive,” Rojas said in an interview with the Foundation for Human Rights in Cuba, as relayed by the independent news outlet Cubanet.

“All those who leave [Cuba] for a medical mission have to pass two political courses where they explain to us that the main source of remittances to Cuba are the medical missions. Then they focus on the countries they send us to, the situation of the government [there] and the importance of knowing the achievements of that leftist government, which once there we must

“It’s a trap,” he added.

The shady history of a phone number used to set up a sham protest

How much can you learn from 10 digits? In the case of the phone number used to organize the fake rally in support of Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver earlier this year, it unlocks the story of an immigration job scheme in Saskatchewan, an unregistered esthetics school in Ontario, business feuds and lawsuits, and much more.

Photo surfaces showing TikTok executives posing with communist flag

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Girl Slaughtered After Her Alleged Rapist Was Released From Jail Over COVID Concerns

An alleged rapist killed his accuser after being released from jail over concerns he and his lawyers would contract coronavirus.

According to the Washington Post, Ibrahim Bouaichi hunted and killed his accuser, Karla Dominguez, after being released from jail because of concerns the Wuhan coronavirus would put Bouaichi and his lawyers at risk of falling ill.


VIDEOS: Terrorists Storm Portland Suburb: Throw Paint On Elderly Woman, Harass Another Using Walker


Twitter censors Joe Rogan podcast with renowned gender expert Dr. Debra Soh

“These instances are indicative of a larger, worrisome trend – instead of debating contentious ideas, those in opposition to them throw words ending in “-phobic” around, shutting the conversation down and pretending they don’t exist.”

VIDEO: Watch Christians Outsmart Dem Governor to Worship God at Walmart

The Walmart video is not only beautiful for all the obvious reasons, it also points out the hypocrisy and anti-religious bigotry of these selective lockdowns and guidelines — not to mention their absurdity. Gathering to sing and praise God in a Walmart does not defy these totally unnecessary and useless social distancing guidelines, but gathering to sing and praise God in a house of worship does.

Please do tell me why it’s safe to gather in a Walmart, but not a church, synagogue, or mosque?

I guess the science behind that thinking must be the same science that explains why a Trump rally is deadly but a Black Lives Matter/Antifa riot is totally safe — or why you holding a funeral for YOUR loved one will kill people, but it is perfectly safe when left-wing elites gather for an indoor funeral to say goodbye to John Lewis, one of their own.

Canada ‘knows the root cause’: Chinese court sentences fourth Canadian to death

A Chinese court said on Friday it had sentenced a Canadian to death for transporting and manufacturing drugs, the second Canadian in two days to receive a death penalty for drugs and fourth since Canada detained a top Huawei executive in 2018.

Relations between China and Canada deteriorated sharply after Canadian police detained Huawei Technologies Co Ltd chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Vancouver on a warrant from the United States.

Asked if the sentencing of the Canadian drug offenders was linked to Meng’s case, China’s foreign ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin told a briefing on Friday that China’s judicial organs “handle cases independently,” while also adding that “the Canadian side knows the root cause” of difficulties in China-Canadian relations.

Trudeau government paying $84M to firm employing Katie Telford’s husband to manage rent assistance aid program

The Trudeau government is paying up to $84 million to a company that employs Chief of Staff Katie Telford’s husband as a senior executive to administer its COVID-19 emergency commercial rent assistance program for small businesses.

Nasrallah: We know more about Haifa Port than Beirut Port

Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah gave his first speech on Friday since the Beirut blast that killed nearly 200 people and injured more than 5,000 others.
During the speech he stressed that Hezbollah was not responsible for the events that transpired.

“We have no rockets or explosives there, nor has there been in the past,” he said of the terror organization’s presence at the Beirut port. “We have nothing there: no missiles, no ammunition, no weapons, no ammonium nitrate, not even a rifle.”

He added that “any claims that Hezbollah runs Beirut Port are lies.”
Nasrallah mentioned Israel right at the start of his speech.

“I will not talk today about the Israeli enemy,” he said, “only about the disaster that befell Lebanon.”

Though he did say, “We know more about the port of Haifa than the port of Beirut. The port of Beirut is not our responsibility, whereas the port of Haifa is part of our defense strategy.”