Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/2/2013

Gates of Vienna News Feed 1/2/2013Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has been discharged from a New York hospital after being treated for a blood clot behind her right ear, between the brain and the skull. Her doctors say she will make a complete recovery.

In other news, the United Nations’ Human Rights Commissioner says that more than 60,000 people have been killed in Syria since the civil war there began two years ago.

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Anonymous said...

And how many "palestinian" children did Assad kill? By the "international" outrage I'd guess none.

Anonymous said...

Fresh description of suspect who raped woman in Glasgow

Police initially said the man was of Middle Eastern appearance but have since said he has "sallow skin".

Jolie Rouge

Anonymous said...

Feminism and family breakdown

" for the breakdown of the family, one of Labour’s most senior female politicians has said.

Diane Abbott, the party’s public health spokesman, said that major issues facing society ‘stem from family breakdown’.

And in a surprise admission from one of the Left’s most outspoken feminists, she conceded that women’s rights campaigners have neglected the family.

Miss Abbott, a divorced mother with one son, also highlighted the harmful impact on society of internet pornography and fast food."

- Said who..?

A Labour, left-wing, colored divorced mother with one son, based in the UK, by the name of Abbott.

- But..! Isn't this what Anders Behring Breivik's said, too?! Breivik, the son of a single mother, from a broken family. Isn't this a right-wing opinion..? How is this possible? How can they possible agree on this?

"But she added: ‘I still believe some kind of stable family structure is vital and that is what most people want around them. I do not think we should abandon that terrain to the Right.’"

Anonymous said...

Feminism and family breakdown 2/2

"Indeed, the danger of women's "unnatural" demand for equality is such that Breivik closes his introduction by claiming that "the fate of European civilisation depends on European men steadfastly resisting Politically Correct feminism"."


Anonymous said...

Feminism and family breakdown 3/3

The missing link

Anonymous said...

Feminism and family breakdown 4/4

Norway is celebrating The 100 Anniversary for Women's Right To Vote.

Pointed out (*cough!..*) by Jens Stoltenberg in his 2008(?) 1 May speech (*cough...cough*)