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A really good video about the tragedy that is cultural relativism. As you'll see in the video, it mostly affects young impressionable white women who're sadly naive about the world and the dangers that lie in many Muslim and other third world countries.

I have seen this execution and it sickened me.

I implore women to make smart choices when traveling in isolated places, and it is a duty of their peers to educate them properly.
 

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I have seen this execution and it sickened me.

I implore women to make smart choices when traveling in isolated places, and it is a duty of their peers to educate them properly.
It's tragic that women are brainwashed during school and university to believe that all countries and cultures are equal. Scandinavian liberal education systems have a lot to answer for. It's a sad fact that there are Muslim terrorists out there who hate westerners because of their skin colour and beliefs, and this needs to be taught to our youth so they make smarter choices.
 

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It's tragic that women are brainwashed during school and university to believe that all countries and cultures are equal. Scandinavian liberal education systems have a lot to answer for. It's a sad fact that there are Muslim terrorists out there who hate westerners because of their skin colour and beliefs, and this needs to be taught to our youth so they make smarter choices.

It's more than a foreign country and culture issue.

Women can place themselves in avoidably dangerous scenarios right here in Melbourne, as the death of Eurydice Dixon confirmed.
 
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This could have just as easily gone in the feminist thread.

Another example of the vicious, misandrist "date rape" absurdity.

Excerpt:

School Pays Male Student $47,000 After It Punished Him Based On Nothing More Than An Accusation.

December 27, 2018

..........The two talked and flirted for a little bit in John’s room in his apartment off campus before they began to kiss and make out. The encounter “escalated fairly quickly,” according to John’s lawsuit. The two removed their clothing. John took out a condom. Jane, according to the lawsuit, asked John to “hold on” before the evening escalated to intercourse. John obliged, and the two talked a little longer before engaging in sexual intercourse.

After the two had sex, they continued to spend time together in John’s room. Jane, according to the lawsuit, told him she didn’t want their encounter to be a “one-night stand.” John, however, did not call her again and couldn’t contact her through Tinder anymore.

A month later, Jane accused John of sexual assault.

She said the encounter occurred on August 30, 2015, that she met John on Tinder, but had agreed to meet him for dinner. She told a UC interviewer that she was going to study after the dinner, but John suggested she do so at his apartment, to which she agreed. She said she studied while sitting on his bed and drinking a glass of wine, which “lowered her inhibitions” about what she and John talked about. She said they flirted.

Jane said the two started kissing and that John “kept progressing” the physical contact, to which she never said “no.” The two engaged in oral sex and digital penetration. She said the two had sexual intercourse and that John tried to engage in anal sex.

Jane said during this initial interview that John walked her to her car after the sexual encounter.

A week after her initial interview, Jane was asked more specific questions on November 6. She now claimed John was forceful with her during their encounter, and said John made her feel guilty even though she never gave any definitive statements, instead saying she responded “I don’t know” to some of his conversation topics. She also said she flirted with John and kissed him, engaged in sexual intercourse in multiple positions, including her on top, and that she performed oral sex on John. She also said she asked John to walk her to her car.

None of this made UC interviewers question whether an assault actually occurred, as they went forward with this accusation.

More than a month after Jane went to campus officials, she reported the incident to campus police, telling them she went to a house after a date with a man later identified as John.

She told campus police that she and John were kissing and flirting on the bed, but that she “set a line for herself for no sex.” She also told them John was forceful with her, yet police noted that she was able to move about his room freely — texting her friends and using the restroom.

The campus police investigation was sent to the Cincinnati Police Department and closed without charges against John.

John was not informed that he was being accused of sexual assault until February 19, 2016. A week later, on February 24, Jane was interviewed again. This time she said repeatedly that John was “strange” or “creepy.” She now said she sat on his lap while they kissed but described her consent for his removal of her dress as “gray.”

When John was interviewed about the incident, he said everything was consensual. Interview notes for him contain editorial comments from the interviewer. Such comments did not appear in any notes about Jane’s interviews.

UC interviewed several witnesses for Jane, including an ex-boyfriend she told about the alleged sexual assault several days after her encounter with John. Another friend of Jane’s claimed Jane said she told John to stop repeatedly, but that he didn’t, something she never alleged in her own interviews.

Jane didn’t even attend the campus hearing regarding her claims against John, which gave him no opportunity to cross-examine her or question her story. John said in his lawsuit that if he had been able to question Jane, he would have been able to pick out inconsistencies in her statements and show that she received generous accommodations from the school — changes to homework deadlines, grades, class schedules, test schedules, and even receiving job opportunities — which created an incentive for her to claim she was a victim.

John was not able to question any of Jane’s witnesses or even the campus investigators who put together the “Investigation File” for hearing members.

Without being able to question any of the allegations against him, John was found “responsible” by UC and suspended.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/39722/school-pays-male-student-47000-after-it-punished-ashe-schow
 
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I have seen this execution and it sickened me.

I implore women to make smart choices when traveling in isolated places, and it is a duty of their peers to educate them properly.
I read a description from someone who watched it - absolutely horrifying. R.I.P Louisa and Maren :'(:'(:'(
 

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I read a description from someone who watched it - absolutely horrifying. R.I.P Louisa and Maren :'(:'(:'(
I saw a link of a young girl, then I clicked on it and it appeared before me. Disgusting. What I would do to those pieces of shit can't be put in words.

However, it's time we stopped developing idealistic gullible young women and properly prepare them for the very real dangers of the world.
 

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Over the past decade, attackers motivated by right-wing political ideologies have committed dozens of shootings, bombings and other acts of violence, far more than any other category of domestic extremist, according to a Washington Post analysis of data on global terrorism. While the data show a decades-long drop-off in violence by left-wing groups, violence by white supremacists and other far-right attackers has been on the rise since Barack Obama’s presidency — and has surged since President Trump took office.

https://www.washingtonpost.com/nati...a6b4d25cfbb_story.html?utm_term=.14447024560a
 

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A no win situation, as imagine calling a sir a ma’am when they just happen to look a little feminine but not LGBTI.

Ma’am and sir are both polite terms and meant to be received as such. In fact in the military, sir can be used for male and female officers rather than distinguishing sex.
 

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This could have just as easily gone in the feminist thread.

Another example of the vicious, misandrist "date rape" absurdity.

Excerpt:

School Pays Male Student $47,000 After It Punished Him Based On Nothing More Than An Accusation.

December 27, 2018

..........The two talked and flirted for a little bit in John’s room in his apartment off campus before they began to kiss and make out. The encounter “escalated fairly quickly,” according to John’s lawsuit. The two removed their clothing. John took out a condom. Jane, according to the lawsuit, asked John to “hold on” before the evening escalated to intercourse. John obliged, and the two talked a little longer before engaging in sexual intercourse.

After the two had sex, they continued to spend time together in John’s room. Jane, according to the lawsuit, told him she didn’t want their encounter to be a “one-night stand.” John, however, did not call her again and couldn’t contact her through Tinder anymore.

A month later, Jane accused John of sexual assault.

She said the encounter occurred on August 30, 2015, that she met John on Tinder, but had agreed to meet him for dinner. She told a UC interviewer that she was going to study after the dinner, but John suggested she do so at his apartment, to which she agreed. She said she studied while sitting on his bed and drinking a glass of wine, which “lowered her inhibitions” about what she and John talked about. She said they flirted.

Jane said the two started kissing and that John “kept progressing” the physical contact, to which she never said “no.” The two engaged in oral sex and digital penetration. She said the two had sexual intercourse and that John tried to engage in anal sex.

Jane said during this initial interview that John walked her to her car after the sexual encounter.

A week after her initial interview, Jane was asked more specific questions on November 6. She now claimed John was forceful with her during their encounter, and said John made her feel guilty even though she never gave any definitive statements, instead saying she responded “I don’t know” to some of his conversation topics. She also said she flirted with John and kissed him, engaged in sexual intercourse in multiple positions, including her on top, and that she performed oral sex on John. She also said she asked John to walk her to her car.

None of this made UC interviewers question whether an assault actually occurred, as they went forward with this accusation.

More than a month after Jane went to campus officials, she reported the incident to campus police, telling them she went to a house after a date with a man later identified as John.

She told campus police that she and John were kissing and flirting on the bed, but that she “set a line for herself for no sex.” She also told them John was forceful with her, yet police noted that she was able to move about his room freely — texting her friends and using the restroom.

The campus police investigation was sent to the Cincinnati Police Department and closed without charges against John.

John was not informed that he was being accused of sexual assault until February 19, 2016. A week later, on February 24, Jane was interviewed again. This time she said repeatedly that John was “strange” or “creepy.” She now said she sat on his lap while they kissed but described her consent for his removal of her dress as “gray.”

When John was interviewed about the incident, he said everything was consensual. Interview notes for him contain editorial comments from the interviewer. Such comments did not appear in any notes about Jane’s interviews.

UC interviewed several witnesses for Jane, including an ex-boyfriend she told about the alleged sexual assault several days after her encounter with John. Another friend of Jane’s claimed Jane said she told John to stop repeatedly, but that he didn’t, something she never alleged in her own interviews.

Jane didn’t even attend the campus hearing regarding her claims against John, which gave him no opportunity to cross-examine her or question her story. John said in his lawsuit that if he had been able to question Jane, he would have been able to pick out inconsistencies in her statements and show that she received generous accommodations from the school — changes to homework deadlines, grades, class schedules, test schedules, and even receiving job opportunities — which created an incentive for her to claim she was a victim.

John was not able to question any of Jane’s witnesses or even the campus investigators who put together the “Investigation File” for hearing members.

Without being able to question any of the allegations against him, John was found “responsible” by UC and suspended.

https://www.dailywire.com/news/39722/school-pays-male-student-47000-after-it-punished-ashe-schow
Sounds stressful for him while she got rewarded for being a liar.
All accusers must be believed in action
 

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A no win situation, as imagine calling a sir a ma’am when they just happen to look a little feminine but not LGBTI.

Ma’am and sir are both polite terms and meant to be received as such. In fact in the military, sir can be used for male and female officers rather than distinguishing sex.

The level of unjustified outrage is clear off the charts.

The bullied is now the bully, and in certain circles, that appears to be alright.
 
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This video highlights the absurdity of the American insistence on calling everyone sir or ma'am.

Surely I'm not the only one that thinks this subservient crap is disgusting. Especially when a customer who is outraged is yelling at you. Why revert to "sir" or "ma'am" in that case? Just say "Listen - we'll fix this but the more you scream the longer it'll take".

Saying "sir" or "ma'am" (assuming you've got the gender correct) to me sounds like the equivalent of "I am less than you, please treat me like shit - I have no power in this situation - we are not equals"
 

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This video highlights the absurdity of the American insistence on calling everyone sir or ma'am.

Surely I'm not the only one that thinks this subservient crap is disgusting. Especially when a customer who is outraged is yelling at you. Why revert to "sir" or "ma'am" in that case? Just say "Listen - we'll fix this but the more you scream the longer it'll take".

Saying "sir" or "ma'am" (assuming you've got the gender correct) to me sounds like the equivalent of "I am less than you, please treat me like shit - I have no power in this situation - we are not equals"
Different culture. I have seen interviews with people high up in the US military referring to the journalist conducting the interview as sir or ma'am constantly, even though they could be considered to be "above" said journalist. I kind of like the respect shown.

But in this case, I feel that you're right. As soon as someone behaves this way, they lose the right to be shown such respect. Retail and hospitality workers have a tough gig, being forced to speak kindly to assholes.

Even the couple of nurses I know here feel compelled to always be polite to abusive patients... f*** that. A nurse friend worked Christmas and got abused by a drug OD patient all night. Fancy sacrificing Christmas with your family to help someone (who is receiving care for free) and being treated that way.
 
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