Patterico's Pontifications


I Believe The Term Is “Celebrity Whores”

Filed under: General — Dana @ 1:14 pm

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I missed this little nugget from a report about Donald Trump’s meeting with Senate Republicans this past week:

All the Senate Republicans who attended the meeting also took turns taking a photo with Trump, with the presumptive nominee giving a thumbs-up in all the pictures, another source familiar with the meeting said.

Here is a list of the Republican senators present at the meeting: Mitch McConnell, John Cornyn, John Thune, John Barrasso, Roy Blunt, Roger Wicker, Orrin Hatch, Rob Portman, Shelley Moore Capito, Deb Fischer, and Jeff Sessions.

Amusingly, the report notes that while three of McConnell’s four counsels to leadership (Capito, Fisher and Portman) were invited to the meeting, the fourth, Sen. Mike Lee was not.


Germany In Denial: If We Teach Migrant Males How To Have Fun Sex, They Won’t Rape

Filed under: General — Dana @ 10:19 am

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While the Muslim migrant rape crisis in Germany continues to explode, it’s troubling but not surprising to see how the brutalization of women is rationalized:

Migrants who assault German women and children are simply rebelling against German power structures. Germans who dare to criticize such assaults are racists.

Given that there is an ongoing effort by officials to keep actual hard data about the number of assaults from the public, it appears that political correctness will help allow the continued sexual assault of untold numbers of women by emboldened males who view the opposite sex as nothing more than objects to use and abuse.

As such, Germany has decided that an effective way of reducing the number of these sexual assaults is to teach these young men how to have sex. The right way. Because if anything will relieve the urge to rape, it’s learning how to have a better orgasm, am I right??

The German government is rushing to integrate hundreds of thousands of asylum seekers, offering them language classes and the prospect of work. But in a country known for its matter-of-fact acceptance of public nudity and creative forms of lovemaking, it is also trying to teach the mostly-Muslim migrants about the joy of sex.

Operating under the premise that many Syrians, Iraqis and others seeking asylum here are naive about the predilections and pitfalls of the European boudoir, Germany’s Federal Center for Health Education has gone live with a sexual education website for adult migrants. Using highly graphic diagrams and images, the $136,000 site outlines everything from first-time sex to how to perform far more advanced sexual acts.

After a rash of sexual assaults allegedly committed by suspects including asylum seekers on New Year’s Eve, the Germans have been on a mission to re-educate migrants, especially males, about sexual norms in the West. In Munich, public pools, for instance, published cartoons warning migrants not to grope women in bikinis. Also in Bavaria, public money is partially funding sexual education classes including lessons for male migrants on how to correctly approach German women.

But if all that is stick — the new government website is definitely more carrot: a guide to the pleasures of sex and the single migrant (or married, for that matter).

Even more stunning than Germany’s refusal to address why Muslim migrant males believe it’s permissible for them to sexually assault women, is the admission that the migrants just can’t help themselves:

Nuri Köseli, a spokesman for Islamic Relief Germany, an organization that’s also working with refugees, said he didn’t find anything particularly offensive about the new website. But he did question its necessity, and argued that such explicit teachings could prove frustrating for some migrants stuck in refugee camps and with limited access to sexual partners.

“Although this is a human need of course, people have bigger problems,” he said. And, he argued, “most of them are staying in emergency shelters for a long time without any access to private spaces. To confront them with such an issue in that situation might even be counter-productive.”

Call me crazy, but if these males are knowingly unable to even look at a clinical, utilitarian illustration of female genitalia without an uncontrollable urge to rape overtaking them, then maybe, just maybe, the state ought to re-think letting them loose on the public in the first place. Because if they do release them into German society and sexual assaults follow, how are they not complicit in the ensuing crime rebellion against the German power structure?

Throughout the article, there is a continued avoidance of addressing the common denominator which binds together these males who believe that women are objects to be assaulted whenever the urge hits. German avoidance, as well as the Washington Post’s avoidance of addressing the root problem will only serve to enable this heinous behavior.

I will note that while the website is certainly educational, the obvious problem, along with the ridiculousness of believing that learning to have sex the right way will fix everything, is that it’s highly unlikely that young males who feel free to sexually abuse women will be remotely interested. And why would they, when there are just so many women out there to violate with very little fear of repercussions?


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