PBS NewsHour full episode Aug. 20, 2018

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfIL49TFTAc

 

Monday on the NewsHour, President Trump’s personal legal team pushes back after reports that the White House counsel is cooperating with the Mueller investigation. Also: How Catholics view the Pope’s response to the Church sex abuse scandal, immigration plays into a key U.S. Senate race in Nevada, and the importance of easing our grip on culture as we know it.


The Occult World of Asia Argento – Anthony Bourdain’s ex-Girlfriend

not surprised she is  a part of the Satanic Luciferian and Occult global network

 

A look at the life, career, and bizarre social media posts of Asia Argento – the girlfriend of Anthony Bourdain at the time of his death.

Warning this article contains images that might be shocking to some.

Born in the Elite

Asia Argento is the daughter of the movie actress Daria Nicolodi and of the famed Italian director and producer Dario Argento (who is the son of film producer and executive Salvatore Argento). Asia’s father is best known for his horror films in the 1970’s and 1980’s, notably in the subgenre known as “Giallo” which mixes elements of gore, occultism, eroticism and psychological horror. In short, his movies were, well, horrific. Asia Argento would soon star in a few of his productions.

Asia began acting at age nine. At age 18, she starred in her father’s movie Trauma which features her escaping from a psychiatric hospital, people being decapitated and her mother being electroshocked after the death of her baby. Monarch mind control stuff.

Later, she starred in the Three Mothers trilogy which is about “a triad of evil, powerful witches stationed across the world to manipulate humanity on a global scale”. It also a coven of cannibalistic witches. This “crazy” story is not as fictitious as some would believe.

Coincidentally enough, Asia Argento has claimed on social media to being a witch.

 

Witchcraft

A look at Asia Argento’s social media accounts reveals a plethora of occult-elite related images.

 

more at the link below

https://vigilantcitizen.com/latestnews/the-occult-world-of-asia-argento-anthony-bourdains-ex-girlfriend/

Multiple Child Porn Rings Involving Kids as Young as 3-Months-Old Shut Down by Michigan Police

investigators with the Michigan State Police have announced an operation to bring down a major child pornographic distribution ring in Battle Creek, Michigan, where so far several individuals from within the state have been taken into custody and arraigned as part of several widespread criminal networks of pedophiles.

 

The operation to bring down the producers and distributors of illicit images and videos involving prepubescent children being raped, tortured, and molested comes amidst a series of raids on recent weeks in unison with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, wherewxyz.com/news/seven-men-accused-of-operating-child-pornography-ring-in-michigan> local Detroit ABC affiliate WXYZ Channel 7 reports that seven adults were detained in early August.

 

In that incident, the group of pedophiles worked to fulfill various jobs in coordination with one another to manipulate young girls into sending them videos of themselves engaged in perverse of sexually explicit actions, by posing as male teenagers to entice the young girls.

 

Six of the seven pedophiles involved in that particular child pornographic network are each facing charges related to child exploitation enterprise, conspiracy to produce child pornography, online enticement, and other child exploitation offenses.

 

U.S. Attorney Matthew Schneider for the Eastern District of Michigan said the men involved had different roles: Some were “hunters,” some were “talkers,” and some were “loopers.” The hunters would find the girls and get them on the website.

 

“The talkers would talk with these girls and groom them and dare them to engage in certain acts on videotape for the men,” Schneider said. “Then the loopers might play the videos back and they would convince these young girls to expose themselves on camera and then record it

 

https://thegoldwater.com/news/34595-Multiple-Child-Porn-Rings-Involving-Kids-as-Young-as-3-Months-Old-Shut-Down-by-Michigan-Police

Biology Denying Healthline says, using the medical term ‘vagina’ is not gender-inclusive language, uses ‘front hole’ instead.

 

Healthline has claimed health disparities and higher rates of HIV and STIs observed in LGBTQIA communities are due to discrimination in the sex ed world. So, the California based health information provider has adopted the gender-inclusive term “front hole” in place of the medical term, “vagina” in their latest LGBTQIA safe sex guide.

“For the purpose of this guide, we’ll refer to the vagina as the ‘front hole’ instead of solely using the medical term ‘vagina,’” the document explains. “This is gender-inclusive language that’s considerate of the fact that some trans people don’t identify with the labels the medical community attaches to their genitals.”

“For example, some trans and nonbinary-identified people assigned female at birth may enjoy being the receptors of penetrative sex, but experience gender dysphoria when that part of their body is referred to using a word that society and professional communities often associate with femaleness. An alternative that’s becoming increasingly popular in trans and queer communities is front hole.”

The document went on to claim, lack of representation and anti-LGBTQIA bias in standard safe sex guides stigmatizes certain sexual behaviours and identities and is directly related to higher rates of HIV and STIs reported within LGBTQIA communities.

The guide goes on to suggest, “it’s imperative for safe sex guides to become more inclusive of LGBTQIA and nonbinary people and their experiences. This will help address barriers to accessing care and effective educational tools, while simultaneously normalizing and acknowledging the true diversity that exists with regard to gender and sexuality.”

Sorry ladies, the term “vagina” is quickly becoming a bigoted word. As is often the case with transgender ideology, its greatest impact is on women and girls. Men and women are inherently different, and women will pay an especially high price if we continue to pretend otherwise.

http://caldronpool.com/healthline-says-using-the-medical-term-vagina-is-not-gender-inclusive-language-uses-front-hole-instead/

Rose McGowan has called for people to ‘be gentle’ on Ms. Asia Argento

feminists rushing to the defense of female sex predators

 

Rose McGowan has called for people to “be gentle,” following reports that Asia Argento — who accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault — paid off her own sexual assault accuser.

“I got to know Asia Argento ten months ago. Our commonality is the shared pain of being assaulted by Harvey Weinstein. My heart is broken. I will continue my work on behalf of victims everywhere,” the 44-year-old actress tweeted Monday to her thousands of followers. (RELATED: #MeToo Leader Allegedly Paid Off A Man She Sexually Assaulted)

https://dailycaller.com/2018/08/20/rose-mcgowan-gentle-asia-argento/

Catholics consider withholding donations amid sex abuse scandals

For decades, Michael Drweiga has opened his wallet whenever the donation basket comes around at church, but the latest revelations of priests sexually abusing children brought him to the conclusion that he can no longer justify giving.

Brice Sokolowski helps small Catholic nonprofits and churches raise money, but he too supports the recent calls to withhold donations.

And Georgene Sorensen has felt enough anger and “just total sadness” over the past few weeks that she’s reconsidering her weekly offering at her parish.

Across the U.S., Catholics once faithful with their financial support to their churches are searching for ways to respond to the constant sex-abuse scandals that have tarnished the institution in which they believe, with back-to-back scandals in the past two months.

The most recent came Tuesday when a grand jury report revealed that hundreds of Roman Catholic priests in Pennsylvania molested more than 1,000 children in six dioceses since the 1940s — crimes that church leaders are accused of covering up. The report came two months after Pope Francis ordered disgraced ex-Cardinal Theodore McCarrick removed from public ministry amid allegations the 88-year-old retired archbishop sexually abused a teenage altar boy and engaged in sexual misconduct with adult seminarians decades ago. Last month, Francis accepted McCarrick’s resignation as cardinal and ordered him to a “life of prayer and penance.”

The most recent “whopper of a report” from Pennsylvania, Drweiga said, was enough to make him wonder where his money was going and whether it was being used to cover up abuses.

“In an organization that spans the whole world like the Catholic Church, you don’t know where your money is going. And when you read about these priest-abuse scandals it just raises that question to the highest power. What is this money going for?” said Drweiga, 63, who lives in Wilmette, Illinois.

No means no for men too: New research shows men are increasingly likely to be coerced into sex – but the law still doesn’t call it rape

It’s a crime that few of its victims are willing to talk about – the men who are coerced by women into having sex. But a ground-breaking study is bringing their experiences to light and looking to change the law. Anna Moore reports

Picture this: a woman on a night out with her boyfriend. He orders shot after shot, always urging her to drink one more. By the time they’re in the taxi to his place, she’s so drunk she can barely see. She collapses on the bed, fully clothed, craving oblivion but her partner starts kissing her and fumbling with her zips. She gently tells him ‘no’ then passes out – only to wake later to find she’s naked and her partner is under the covers, performing a sex act on her. Again she pushes him away, says ‘no’ and passes out. When she next wakes, he’s on top of her, holding her arms down, having sex. At the end, he kisses her passionately and says, ‘See? That’s better.’

Clearly this is sex without consent – rape in the eyes of the law. But now switch the roles around – because that’s how it happened. In this case, it was the man who collapsed on his girlfriend’s bed, said ‘no’ to sex and then passed out. It was his girlfriend who had sex anyway. Unsurprisingly, for years he told no one. He didn’t have the words.

Now, though, he’s added his voice to a ground-breaking study – the first of its kind in the UK – which set out to examine men’s experience of non-consensual sex with women. The paper has the awkward title of Forced-to-Penetrate Cases – because in the UK, there’s no legal term to describe it. By law, ‘rape’ is something only men can do, yet most of the men in this study believe ‘rape’ is exactly what happened to them.

The author is legal academic Dr Siobhan Weare of Lancaster University Law School. She became interested while teaching the law around sexual offences as set out by the 2003 Sexual Offences Act.

‘I was wondering why it had been decided that “forced to penetrate” cases shouldn’t be included in the definition of rape,’ says Dr Weare. ‘Where was the evidence to suggest it wasn’t as harmful? When I looked, I found there wasn’t any. There were no studies at all – just a massive gap in knowledge. I was interested to learn more about these men’s experiences.’

The first hurdle was to accept that it’s even possible. ‘Disbelief is incredibly common,’ admits Dr Weare. Penetration requires physical cooperation, which some see as evidence of consent. ‘But an erection is purely a physiological bodily response,’ says Dr Weare. ‘It does not denote arousal or consent.’ In fact, it can also denote fear or pain.

Just last month, it was reported that Samantha Mears, a 19-year-old from Montana in the US, hid in her ex-boyfriend’s house with a machete and forced him to have sex. She was charged with aggravated burglary and assault. Indeed, such cases often betray a dubious ‘double standard’. When a 47-year-old German woman held a man prisoner during a one-night stand, forcing him to have sex repeatedly until he escaped from a balcony, she was labelled by a UK tabloid a ‘nymphomaniac’ who had forced her victim to ‘make love’ eight times. (If the perpetrator had been a man, he’d surely be a ‘sex offender’ not a ‘nymphomaniac’. It would be ‘rape’ not ‘making love’.)

The 154 participants in Dr Weare’s study were recruited through word of mouth, social media and men’s support groups. For most, the incidents took place when they were between the ages of 16 and 25 – though all ages were covered and the oldest victim had been 61. Most perpetrators were partners, ex-partners, friends or acquaintances. While verbal pressure, manipulation, lies or blackmail were the most common methods, some men were incapacitated by alcohol or simply overpowered. The accounts make harrowing reading.

‘She started trying to have sex with me and I told her I did not want to as I was drunk and very tired and felt sick,’ writes another male victim. ‘She didn’t take no for an answer and started hurting me, forcing herself on me, hands around my neck, telling me I would do it or she would kill me. I didn’t know how to face her the morning after. I felt shameful and violated; I didn’t know what to do or how to act around her. I have a fear of ever seeing her again.’

Another writes, ‘I had told the girl in question that I wished to end our relationship. She became extremely emotional and began saying that she was going to commit suicide because she couldn’t handle it. I’ve never seen someone so distraught.’

Sex took place, but it was not what he wanted. ‘I spent the rest of the evening thinking about what had happened and running through it time and time again in my head,’ he continues. ‘I couldn’t explain it but it felt as though I’d been made to have sex and been raped. I’ve never talked to anyone about it because they wouldn’t understand how I could have sex against my will, but it happened.’

The impact on some was no different to the impact we expect when a woman is raped. ‘The “lucky boy syndrome” is such a powerful stereotype,’ says Dr Weare. ‘The belief that all men are studs, always happy to get sex.’ While some men in the study were not badly affected by the experience, most had been. When asked to rate the emotional impact from one to ten, ten was the most frequent response – though only two men reported the incidents to the police. (And neither resulted in prosecution.)

‘A lot of men felt isolated and ashamed,’ says Dr Weare. ‘It impacted their sex drive, their ability to develop relationships or maintain an erection. Some have never dated since. Several felt angry at themselves for allowing it to happen. At the most extreme end, there was clinical depression, self-destructive behaviours, drug abuse and suicidal thoughts.’

All this is backed up by wider research, especially from the US. At the University of South Dakota, psychology professor Dr Cindy Struckman-Johnson has been looking at this area for more than 30 years, having stumbled into it by accident.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/you/article-6044135/No-means-no-men-too.html