Media ignored torture murder–of boy age 12

Dregs of the Future

Main spin media fails again . . .

Woman found guilty in death of 12-year-old boy

Media desperate to censor horrific hate crime blowtorch torture murder Hate Crime Murder

The trial is over for Mona Yevette Nelson. She is a black woman who has been found guilty of kidnapping a white child and torturing him to death with a blowtorch in Houston.

There has never been any serious media coverage of this case.

The trial only registered a tiny blip in the local news. Only one local media affiliate, KTRK Houston Channel 13, appeared to be covering the trial. Other Houston media outlets only published tiny blurbs that the trial had started, but none of them even mentioned how the boy died.

If the races had been reversed, this would be the biggest media event in the Western world. People in Finland would be hearing about the “racially motivated torture murder” in every…

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While not a supporter of Christianity, I can get behind folks who realize Femen’s only value is prurient.

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Exaggeratedly feminine Fembots with guns in th...

Warning:  In general, this blog is rated ‘R’ — This post specifically, contains the F-Bomb numerous times and partial nudity.  It is necessary to include this content to fully inform the reader.  It is not intended to be gratuitous.  I tried to edit out the vulgarity as much as possible without losing the integrity of the information. 

In Europe there’s a radical feminist group, Femen, whose trademark is protesting topless with their slogans written across their bare breasts.  One woman had her breasts adorned with the words, “Bare Breasts are our Weapons.”  I’d never laughed so hard in my life.  All I could think of was the scene in Austin Powers where the Fembots try to kill Austin when gun barrels come out of their silver bra, clad breasts , literally making their breasts weapons.  The other similarity between the Fembots and Femen is their preprogrammed, group think with a complete…

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How do you think we can make men care about the damage sexism does?

A very sad set of posts. I’m working on a response to a similar question, and that response is already approaching chapter-length. This is a placeholder and teaser for later.


I was asked the question, “How do you think we can make men care about the damage sexism does?” on

Here’s my answer…

I’ve been thinking about this for a few days now, and I think that my answer is that I don’t really know. I guess I have a few ideas, but they all seem a bit vague, unoriginal and largely ineffectual. But anyway…

I feel that the first step would unfortunately have to be consciousness-raising – and I don’t mean of the damage that sexism does, but of the fact that sexism actually exists. So many men seem extremely resistant to accepting this. I think this would have to include both quantitative and qualitative evidence of how sexism manifests itself – but then I start thinking, “This consciousness-raising has been going on for centuries, and yet still the debate rages on.”

So…scrap that – men know that…

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