Thursday's HOT MIC
My friend Elisha, hitting the NARAL ghouls with some logic:
Wait for it...
Has the #MeToo movement reached peak nuttiness?
A sex education expert has sparked a debate on sexual consent, after she argued that parents should ask children for permission before changing their diapers.
Deanne Carson, who works for an organization which teaches children about consent, appeared on Australia’s ABC news network to comment on Saxon Mullins, whose rape case sparked a national debate on sexual consent laws. Carson argued that parents should teach their children about consent as early as possible.
“We work with parents from birth...Just about how to set up a culture of consent in their homes. ‘I’m going to change your nappy now, is that OK?’ Of course a baby’s not going to respond ‘yes mum, that’s awesome I’d love to have my nappy changed'.
"But if you leave a space and wait for body language and wait to make eye contact then you’re letting that child know that their response matters," she said.
The lady is crackers, to use a fine Australian term to describe someone who's mentally ill. Babies do not have the cognitive ability to understand much at all, except "I'm hungry,"I'm wet," and "I need some lovin'." Beyond that, "body language" is tough to read on someone who is not in full control of their musculature.
But that's beside the point. This is bat guano crazy and the woman should be locked away where she can't harm herself or anyone else.
Context for another leftmedia hit piece on someone who supports the President of the United States:
A side benefit of pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal is that no one has to worry about offending the mullahs, giving them the opportunity to pull out of the agreement themselves.
How many times did Iran threaten to scuttle the deal during the Obama years because of one inconsequential thing or another?
Funny, but I don't recall all this wailing and gnashing of teeth when the Iranians threatened to nix the nuclear deal because someone said something mean about them.
Regardless, we can now proceed as we should have a decade ago; work with Iranian dissidents to send the rulers of the Islamic Republic to hell.
The three-page white paper being circulated among National Security Council officials in the White House offers a strategy by which the Trump administration can actively work to assist an already aggravated Iranian public topple the hardline ruling regime through a democratization strategy that focuses on driving a deeper wedge between the Iranian people and the ruling regime.
The plan, authored by the Security Studies Group, or SSG, a national security think-tank that has close ties to senior White House national security officials, including National Security Adviser John Bolton, seeks to reshape longstanding American foreign policy toward Iran by emphasizing an explicit policy of regime change, something the Obama administration opposed when popular protests gripped Iran in 2009.
The regime change plan seeks to fundamentally shift U.S. policy towards Iran and has found a receptive audience in the Trump administration, which has been moving in this direction since Bolton—a longtime and vocal supporter of regime change—entered the White House.
It deemphasizes U.S military intervention, instead focusing on a series of moves to embolden an Iranian population that has increasingly grown angry at the ruling regime for its heavy investments in military adventurism across the region.
"The ordinary people of Iran are suffering under economic stagnation, while the regime ships its wealth abroad to fight its expansionist wars and to pad the bank accounts of the Mullahs and the IRGC command," SSG writes in the paper. "This has provoked noteworthy protests across the country in recent months."
Yes, yes...Faster please.
A horrible tragedy occurred in my ancestral homeland yesterday: