Archive for 7 May 2013

…it’s that time of year! I’ve been remiss, so here’s my stab at pissing on off Femanazis.

First up, all the Feminazi’s favorite president.


Next we have this lovely Asian with big boobies to ogle. Ogle away boys.


And then there’s nostalgia.

And finally, for today, we have this nugget.

That is all.

You too can have fun at the expense of Feminazis.

Please do.


I’ve been remiss.
Time to join the fray.

The Camp Of The Saints

Yes!  It’s that time of year again…


National Offend A Feminist Week 2013


While it is true that, for we conservatives, our mere existence offends Feminists, it is during this week that we are commanded by Nature and Nature’s God [and some guy named Lenny] to go above and beyond the call of duty.  In fact, we participate in this week…


…For Duty And Humanity!

Time is short [like a Feminist’s temper], so linking to my compatriots who are participating in this noble endeavor will have to wait until tomorrow evening.

However, this deficit of time will not prevent me from mentioning several items…

-Women really should start to understand their place in the hierarchy of life:


-They should also refrain from those activities which they are not suited for:


-All women, regardless of race, color, creed, or rack size should avoid Amanda Marcotte:

That is all from…

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…it was breaking back in 1915! And pretty much sealed our fate in entering the Great War. 

Lusitania Sinks!

On the afternoon of May 7, 1915, the British ocean liner Lusitania is torpedoed without warning by a German submarine off the south coast of Ireland. Within 20 minutes, the vessel sank into the Celtic Sea. Of 1,959 passengers and crew, 1,198 people were drowned, including 128 Americans. The attack aroused considerable indignation in the United States, but Germany defended the action, noting that it had issued warnings of its intent to attack all ships, neutral or otherwise, that entered the war zone around Britain.

When World War I erupted in 1914, President Woodrow Wilson pledged neutrality for the United States, a position that the vast majority of Americans favored. Britain, however, was one of America’s closest trading partners, and tension soon arose between the United States and Germany over the latter’s attempted quarantine of the British isles. Several U.S. ships traveling to Britain were damaged or sunk by German mines, and in February 1915 Germany announced unrestricted submarine warfare in the waters around Britain.

In early May 1915, several New York newspapers published a warning by the German embassy in Washington that Americans traveling on British or Allied ships in war zones did so at their own risk. The announcement was placed on the same page as an advertisement of the imminent sailing of the Lusitania liner from New York back to Liverpool. The sinkings of merchant ships off the south coast of Ireland prompted the British Admiralty to warn the Lusitania to avoid the area or take simple evasive action, such as zigzagging to confuse U-boats plotting the vessel’s course. The captain of the Lusitania ignored these recommendations, and at 2:12 p.m. on May 7 the 32,000-ton ship was hit by an exploding torpedo on its starboard side. The torpedo blast was followed by a larger explosion, probably of the ship’s boilers, and the ship sunk in 20 minutes.

via Lusitania sinks — This Day in History — 5/7/1915.

…here’s today’s reading list.

Guns/Gun Rights/RKBA


Government Scandals


Illegal Immigration/Shamnesty/Amnesty




Liberalism is a Mental Disorder


Department of Injustice (DOJ)

Military/Defense News/Veterans/DOD

Middle East/Muslim/Islam/Jihad Douche Bags

Media Bias/Hollywood Morons

Race/Race Baiting




…and it’s investing heavily in their military capabilities, specifically their submarine and missile forces.

Is this a prelude to another cold, or even hot, war?

Red China Power

China expanding submarine, missile forces with advanced systems, Pentagon annual report says.

China is building two new classes of missile submarines in addition to the eight nuclear missile submarines and six attack submarines being deployed as part of an arms buildup that analysts say appears to put Beijing on a war footing.“

In terms of China’s submarines, they’re investing heavily in a robust program for undersea warfare, developing submarines that are both conventional, diesel-electric powered, air- independent propulsion and nuclear-powered attack submarines,” David Helvey, deputy assistant defense secretary for East Asia, told reporters at a briefing on release of the Pentagon’s annual assessment of Chinese military power.

China has yet to conduct an underwater test firing of its submarine-launched missiles but is deploying new missile submarines and planning advanced versions.

“We see China investing considerably in capabilities for operations in this area,” he said.

The Pentagon’s latest annual report to Congress also includes new details of China’s deployment of an aircraft carrier-killing ballistic missile, two new stealth jet fighters, and a new road-mobile intercontinental ballistic missile in addition to three other new ICBMs.

via Red China Power | Washington Free Beacon.