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To pee or not to pee Caption Contest

This is the 170th world-famous FOTM Caption Contest!

Here’s the pic:

About the pic: Águeda Bañón, the director of communications of the city government of Barcelona, Spain, strikes a blow for feminism by peeing standing up.

You know the drill:

  • Enter the contest by submitting your caption as a comment on this thread (scroll down until you see the “LEAVE A REPLY” box), not via email or on Facebook.
  • The winner of the Caption Contest will get a gorgeous Award Certificate of Excellence and a year’s free subscription to FOTM! :D
  • FOTM writers will vote for the winner.
  • Any captions proffered by FOTM writers, no matter how brilliant (ha ha), will not be considered. :(

This contest will be closed in a week, at the end of next Tuesday, February 27, 2018.

To get the contest going, here’s my caption:

“Peeing standing up will go down in history as the singular achievement of 21st century feminism.”

By the way, Banon is most likely a tranny. In another “peeing while standing up” pic, Banon has no mons veneris — the rounded mass of fatty tissue over an adult female’s pubic bones. Like a man, that area on Banon is flat.

For the winner of our last Caption Contest, go here.

~Eowyn

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UK pedophile arrested for plot to rape young girls for top politicians, then dissolve their bodies in acid

There is a type of pedophilia that is so sadistic and vile, it can only be satanic in inspiration and impulse.

In his guest post for FOTM, “Satanic Pedophilia Within Our Society,” Tony Mead wrote that it is difficult to “red pill” Americans on this variety of pedophilia because it is “so deviant, so disgusting and revolting, that the average person will immediately dismiss it as being ‘impossible’,” the deviant practice being “too incredible to digest”.

But the reality is there really are sadistic satanic pedophiles. How else can one account for the sexual abuse of babies? A law enforcement agent told actress Blake Lively that the youngest victim of child pornography he’s seen “still had the umbilical cord attached”. (NewsBusters)

After the McMartin preschool trial in the 1980s, the MSM routinely insist the whole notion of satanic ritual abuse — the physical and sexual abuse of people, especially children, as part of a Satanic or occult ritual — had been debunked.

But a study by psychologist Randy Nesbitt found that among psychologists who had worked with at least one patient alleging ritual abuse, 93% of the psychologists believe that the harm had actually occurred.

Still not convinced?

In a post last November, “Sadistic pedophiles and Sen. Al Franken’s ‘joke’ about anal rape of babies,” I sounded the alert on a social network site called Tribe, where child porn of the sickest sort is openly available. One of the threads on Tribe is “Newborn Snuff,” which was begun on October 2, 2015 by a member who calls himself BabySnuff. This is what BabySnuff wrote (WARNING: Graphic language):

“Anyone else have a fantasy of raping a newborn to death? Kidnap a woman off the street, rape her and impregnate her, then when she gives birth, immediately shove your cock inside the newborn and rape it, tearing it apart with your cock. Once you cum, and the baby is a broken mess, just shove it back inside the whore it came from.”

Below are some of the comments on that thread, which point to their satanic nature:

“HAIL SATAN. its the best”

 “HAIL SATAN! I need to give myself to him to become a temple 4 him to enter & instruct me how to fuck NB’s as a way of worshiping him!!”

“i want to ruff fuck bbys balls deep on my cock & worship satan with a large group of nepi bby snffers into 666!!!! ”

Now we have another confirmation from London of sadistic pedophilia.

Citing a report in Court News UK, which requires a subscription to read, Virginia Hale writes for Breitbart London, Feb. 14, 2018, that a 28-year-old pedophile named Gihan Muthukumarana appeared in Southwark Crown Court, London, accused of plotting to kidnap and rape young girls, and of claiming that video footage of the rapes could be sold for £10 million to “top political people” if the victims’ bodies are dissolved in a vat of acid afterwards. Police were tipped off about Muthukumarana when a sex escort he’d frequented reported him to police.

As recounted by prosecutor Catherine Farrelly to the court, Muthukumarana divulged his plans to an escort whom he’d regularly meet for sex in Hounslow, west London. He confided to her he had “slept with a twelve-year-old” outside the UK. In September 2015, at the end of their sex session, Muthukumarana made a business proposition to the escort — that she participate in raping children on camera, claiming that he had “contacts in arranging for these things to happen”. Farrelly said: “Whilst intercourse was taking place the defendant made comments encouraging her [the escort] to think about “f**king young girls.”

The escort stopped answering Muthukumarana’s phone calls and reported him to Crimestoppers in late November 2015, after which undercover police got involved.

During meetings which took place between January 28 and February 4, 2016, Muthukumarana made the same “business proposition” to an undercover police officer using the name “Donna”.

Prosecutor Farrelly told the court:

“He told her he would make her millions of pounds, he also told her that she would be protected because those buying the film were top political people. Young teenage girls would be filmed by a woman called Angelie in a secure room and filming them ‘being f***ed up’ and these would be watched by others.”

Muthukumarana told “Donna” the child abuse would be filmed during the night in a leisure center in St. Albans, a city in Hertfordshire, England. He also urged “Donna” to take drugs or alcohol before raping the girls because “it makes you extra heartless”.

In a recording of a phone call that was played to the court, Muthukumarana said:

The people paying us to do what we’re doing are very high up political people. We will be masked up and it will be on webcam.”

What is it with people in the UK who come from the Indian sub-continent?

Muthukumarana is a Sri Lanka surname.

Recall my post “Website sells belts, wallets and shoes made from human skin”? The owner of the Human Leather website is said to be a UK cosmetic surgeon named Sid Gautum. Gautum is a surname found in Nepal and India.

H/t FOTM‘s Big Lug and Christy

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~Eowyn

Swiss pharmaceutical Novartis bribed Greek politicians and thousands of doctors

On January 27, 2018, a post I did, “This flu season is an epidemic: Some died just 2 days after onset of symptoms,” elicited a torrent of comments from readers critical of Big Pharma, including assertions that drug companies pay doctors to prescribe medications and popularize flu shots.

A reporter for The Guardian just confirmed some of our worst suspicions.

In a Feb. 12, 2018 report, Helena Smith writes that Greece is rocked by an industrial-scale scandal involving senior government officials and physicians accepting bribes from the Swiss drugmaker Novartis. Deputy Justice Minister Dimitris Papangelopoulos calls it “the biggest scandal since the establishment of the Greek state” almost 200 years ago.

Note: Novartis International AG is a multinational pharmaceutical company based in Basel, Switzerland. One of the world’s largest drugmakers by both market capitalization and sales, Novartis manufactures flu vaccines and the drugs clozapine (Clozaril), diclofenac (Voltaren), carbamazepine (Tegretol), valsartan (Diovan), imatinib mesylate (Gleevec/Glivec), ciclosporin (Neoral/Sandimmun), letrozole (Femara), methylphenidate (Ritalin), terbinafine (Lamisil), and others.

According to a report compiled by Greek anti-corruption prosecutors with the help of U.S. authorities, between 2006 to 2015, Novartis bribed politicians to approve overpriced contracts, as well as paid thousands of doctors to boost sales.

The government officials who accepted bribes include:

  • Two former prime ministers Antonis Samaras and Panagiotis Pikrammenos.
  • Eight former ministers.
  • Governor of the Bank of Greece.
  • EU migration commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos.

According to the Greek government, altogether, the kickbacks exceeded €50m ($61.97 million), at a cost to the Greek public health system of more than €4bn ($4.96 billion).

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has called for a parliamentary investigation, vowing there could be no cover-up: “We will make use of every power afforded by national and international law to recover the money stolen from the Greek people down to the last euro. We will do everything we can to reveal the truth.”

MPs will vote on establishing a committee of inquiry later this month. Only parliament has the power to investigate politicians for alleged infractions during their term in office.

The report’s reliance on three unnamed witnesses – who are currently under government protection – has been especially criticized, and legal experts contend that the claims would not stand up in court. The allegations have been rebutted vehemently by the accused:

  • EU commissioner Avramopoulos, accused of purchasing 16 million anti-flu vaccines from Novartis while health minister between 2006 and 2009, demanded that the identity of the witnesses be revealed. He said he is “disgusted” at the fabrications created by “sick minds”.
  • Vowing he would take legal action against PM Tsipras, former prime minister Samaras, who is accused of accepting suitcases stuffed with cash, calls the charges politically motivated and “the most ruthless and ridiculous conspiracy theory ever”.
  • Former PM Pikrammenos, who headed a caretaker government in May-June 2012, said he had never known anyone at Novartis.
  • Former deputy premier and finance minister Evangelos Venizelos denounced the claims as “a cheap political diversion”.

In a statement, Novartis said it was cooperating fully with Greek and US authorities: “We have also been conducting our own internal investigation. We are determined to fully understand the situation and accept responsibility for any actions that fell below our high standards of ethical business conduct. If any wrongdoing is found we will take fast and decisive action and do everything possible to prevent further misconduct.”

Novartis has faced similar investigations in recent years:

  • In 2017, South Korea fined the company $48m for offering kickbacks to doctors.
  • In April 2013, federal prosecutors filed two lawsuits against Novartis under the False Claims Act for off-label marketing and kickbacks. 27 states, the District of Columbia, and the cities of Chicago and New York joined the lawsuits. In both suits, prosecutors are seeking treble damages (source: Wikipedia):
    • The first suit accused Novartis of inducing pharmacies to switch thousands of kidney transplant patients to its immunosuppressant drug Myfortic in exchange for kickbacks disguised as rebates and discounts.
    • In the second suit, the Justice Department joined a whistleblower (qui tam) lawsuit brought by a former sales rep over off-label marketing of three drugs: hypertension drugs Lotrel and Valturna, and the diabetes drug, Starlix.

~Eowyn

DOW drops 666 points after FISA memo release

Ever since Donald Trump assumed the presidency, the U.S. stock markets have been going gangbusters.

Just 16 days ago, on January 17, the Dow Jones industrial average surged more than 300 points to close above 26,000 for the first time in its 121-year history.

And yet yesterday, the Dow Jones industrial average plummeted 665.75 or 666 points to 25,520.96, the biggest one-day points drop in ten years, since Dec. 1, 2008 or the beginning of the Great Recession.

Kevin Dugan reports for the New York Post, Feb. 2, 2018, that “Stock markets had their worst day on Friday since the dawn of the Great Recession, as fears mounted that the Federal Reserve may be forced to act more aggressively to cool down an economy that’s heating up faster than investors expected.”

On a percentage basis, yesterday’s 2.5% drop in the Dow was the biggest since the day after the UK voted to exit the European Union — an event that sent markets in a free-fall the world over.

Prudential Financial chief market strategist Quincy Krosby said:

“We all know that many bull markets have ended by the Federal Reserve as they raise the rates to the point of slowing the economy down perhaps too much. It’s come on quickly and it caught the market off guard.”

Blah, blah, blah.

Krosby neglected, however, to inform you that yesterday, the Federal Reserve had met and decided AGAINST raising interest rates.

Dow’s steep fall yesterday was not a reaction to bad economic news. On the contrary, the U.S. had added 200,000 jobs in January, and wages rose 2.9%.

So what happened yesterday that could have triggered the largest stock market plunge in ten years?

The House Intelligence Committee’s release of the infamous FISA memo, which reveals how the Obama Administration, on the basis of an unverified “dossier” prepared by a former British spook known to be biased against Donald Trump, abused the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act to get a court warrant to conduct electronic surveillance on a Trump advisor. As some had intimated, the contents of the memo should lead to not just the firing of senior FBI-DOJ officials, but their imprisonment.

See “Full FISA Memo released!!!

So who engineered yesterday’s stock market plunge?

On January 3, 2017, responding to MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow‘s description of  Trump as “taking these shots, antagonisms, taunting the intelligence community,” Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) said something quite ominous:

“Let me tell you, you take on the intelligence community, they have six ways from Sunday of getting back at you. So, even for a practical, supposedly hard-nosed businessman, he’s [Trump] being really dumb to do this.”

Two days later, on January 5, 2017, former Sen. Rand Paul observed that Schumer “is speaking the truth there — better watch out. I think Trump knows about it. That’s why he has private security.” Paul said Trump “will have problems achieving” reform of the intelligence agencies “because there’s so many obstacles and he won’t know who really represents the CIA unless he is well attuned to the deep state because the real orders and assassinations” are given to the CIA by the deep state.

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~Eowyn

Dutch police confiscate clothing/jewelry from poor-looking young people

Caroline Mortimer reports for the UK Independent, Jan. 20, 2018, that police in Rotterdam have launched a new pilot program of confiscating expensive clothing and bling from young people if they look too poor to own them.

Rotterdam is a city of more than 633,000 in the Netherlands (aka Holland), and Europe’s largest port.

Especially targeted are young men in designer clothes. The idea is to deter criminality by sending a signal that young people cannot hang onto ill-gotten gains. If it is not clear how the person paid for it, it will be confiscated.

Rotterdam police chief Frank Paauw told Dutch newspaper De Telegraaf:

“They are often young men who consider themselves untouchable. We’re going to undress them on the street. We regularly take a Rolex from a suspect. Clothes rarely. And that is especially a status symbol for young people. Some young people now walk with jackets of €1800 [US$2,248]. They do not have any income, so the question is how they get there.”

Paauw said the young men targeted often have no income and are already in debt from fines for previous convictions, and yet they wear expensive clothing, which “undermines the rule of law” and sends “a completely false signal to local residents.”

The pilot program is due to start in the Rotterdam West section of the city. Police say they will target one (unnamed) gang in particular. The confiscation of clothing and bling follows a previous pilot that targeted expensive cars driven by suspected criminals who had no income.

I wonder what Dutch police would do in cases of gangstas with diamond-studded teeth?

~Eowyn

UK appoints “minister for loneliness” to help people cope with “sad reality” of modern life

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From MSN: Britain appointed a “minister for loneliness” on Wednesday to tackle what Prime Minister Theresa May described as “the sad reality of modern life” affecting millions of people.

Tracey Crouch, a junior minister for sport and civil society, will take on the role as part of a broader strategy to combat loneliness in Britain. “For far too many people, loneliness is the sad reality of modern life,” May said.

“I want to confront this challenge for our society and for all of us to take action to address the loneliness endured by the elderly, by carers, by those who have lost loved ones — people who have no one to talk to or share their thoughts and experiences with,” the prime minister added.

More than nine million people say they are always or often lonely, out of a population of 65.6 million, according to the British Red Cross.

The charity describes loneliness and isolation as a “hidden epidemic” affecting people across all ages at various moments in their life, such as retirement, bereavement or separation.

The ministerial appointment follows a recommendation from a committee in memory of Jo Cox, a lawmaker for the opposition Labour party who was murdered by a far-right extremist.

“Jo experienced and witnessed loneliness throughout her life especially as a new student at Cambridge University and separated from her sister Kim for (the) first time,” the Jo Cox Foundation wrote on Twitter.

“She would be delighted by Tracey Crouch’s new job as minister for loneliness and would be saying ‘let’s get to work!'” the Foundation added.

The prime minister was to host a reception on Wednesday to celebrate the legacy left by Cox, whose killing just days ahead of the 2016 Brexit referendum shocked the nation.

Britain’s loneliness initiative will see a strategy published later this year, with input from national and local government, public services, the voluntary sector and businesses.

DCG

Switzerland: No citizenship for refugees and welfare recipients until money is repaid

Although not part of the European Union, Switzerland partakes in “resettling” Syrian refugees. In 2016, the Swiss government announced they would take 3,000 asylum seekers from the war-torn country, as well as resettle up to 50,000 asylum seekers who had crossed the border into Switzerland, mostly from Italy.

Unlike the other European countries and the United States, however, Switzerland isn’t stupid in being charitable.

Joseph Curl reports for the Daily Wire, Jan. 10, 2018, that Switzerland, where the average annual GDP per capita is nearly $80,000, recently enacted a new  law that prevents residents who receive welfare benefits from becoming citizens until they pay back the money they took.

The new regulations that took effect January 1 specify that:

  1. Asylum seekers and refugees who received handouts in the previous three years can’t become permanent residents — and thus, on the road to becoming full citizens — without first paying back the government.
  2. Refugees must prove they are making efforts to integrate into society in order to win citizenship by showing they have “cultivated contacts” with a number of Swiss people.
  3. There are also new language requirements, which vary depending on the canton they live in.

What Switzerland is doing is tough love.

Being charitable doesn’t mean one has to be a sap, a doormat. Nor should an open door policy to refugees and migrants be only one-way, where the host country gives and gives, but receives little or nothing in return. Human nature  being what it is, such a policy simply leads to the welfare-recipient feeling “entitled” and even contemptuous of the giver. Refugees and migrants have a responsibility to repay charity with hard work and a willingness to assimilate to become responsible citizens.

Why can’t the U.S. be more like Switzerland?

~Eowyn

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