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    Originally posted by audiohi View Post
    Do I remember something about a "pork pie pedophile?"

    He sure did a bunch of diddling over there in Britain. That was before the muslims came, though.


    THE PORK PIE PAEDOPHILE AND THE FAILURE OF POLICING
    https://timtate.co.uk/blog/the-pork-...e-of-policing/

    Yes - Douglas Slade spent a few months in Bicutan - but after our first skirmish - the guards thought it better to keep us separated - all nonces were fair game to be picked on - for obvious reasons - since anyone that interferes with children sexually does need eradicating -

    - Muslims have been in England for a very long time - long before Slade was born -
    - The Shah Jahan Mosque (also known as Woking Mosque) in Oriental Road, Woking, England, is the first purpose-built mosque in the United Kingdom. Built in 1889, it is located 30 miles (50 km) southwest of London -
    Last edited by Gypsy Nirvana; 07-19-2021, 04:02.
    'It can all start from a seed'

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      How the West Was Won - YouTube


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          Originally posted by Gypsy Nirvana View Post
          *Another interesting ditty on this is that I have a German friend who says he can't access much if any stuff about the Coudenhove - Kalergi plan in Germany on-line. He says that information on this has been blocked by the state. If anyone is in Germany right now, can you confirm or deny this for us please?
          Help the German’s and post it here!

          http://www.washingtonpost.com/nation...0b9_story.html
          http://www.webmd.com/food-recipes/or...-better?page=4
          http://organicsoiltechnology.com/wp-...s-cultures.pdf
          http://nevegetable.org/disease-management-0
          https://medium.com/ted-fellows/how-t...t-d27df202ba09
          http://youtu.be/frXYMd-JUfA
          http://organiclifestyles.tamu.edu/so...robeindex.html

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              Last edited by nice fella; 09-12-2021, 16:33. Reason: A slimy College Professor for Duquesne University by the name of Derek Hook thinks it's "ethical" for White people to kill themselves. This is a Catholic school, mind you, where the idea of

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                  Originally posted by nice fella View Post
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                  https://www.duq.edu/news/releases/st...sor-derek-hook

                  Statement Regarding False and Inaccurate Reports Concerning Professor Derek Hook

                  September 2, 2021
                  In addition to Duquesne University's statement below, the Reuters media fact-check department has published the following article on the false accusations made against Professor Derek Hook: Fact Check-Duquesne University Professor Did Not Endorse Suicide in Lecture.

                  The statement attributed to Professor Hook is ridiculous and reckless. He did not make a statement advocating anything like what was suggested. In fact, he said that the statement in question was "crazy."
                  Professor Hook also said that the provocateur who used this example was wrong in suggesting any such radical action. The words being circulated were simply lifted out of context to distort the actual comments. Saying that Professor Hook called for anything like the words in question is false.
                  Duquesne University is a Catholic institution that condemns any suggestion that suicide is to be advocated or endorsed in any form.
                  Professor Hook's presentation was part of an invited online talk Professor Hook gave to Baltimore-based American Association for Psychoanalysis in Clinical Social Work (AAPCSW), an international association for psychoanalytic social workers. It happened in June. While some of the content in the recording certainly contained troubling elements if taken alone, the full discussion only references the work of another person (Terblanche Delport, as the slides indicate) and the extreme proposition in the context of post-Apartheid South Africa.
                  Professor Hook did not advocate taking the extreme measures Delport described. Professor Hook is not advocating, nor does he advocate, violence. His effort to understand how extreme thought is developed is the point of the presentation.
                  Professor's Hook's expertise is in psychoanalysis, and his work considers psychoanalytic dimensions of racism in America and South Africa. He is a highly respected expert, and it is disappointing that his efforts to understand and challenge ideas that are admittedly extreme are being shared out of context to falsely illustrate advocacy for extreme behavior.
                  https://www.reuters.com/article/fact...-idUSL1N2Q81AY

                  Fact Check-Duquesne University professor did not endorse suicide in lecture
                  By Reuters Fact Check
                  4 Min Read

                  A brief video clip of part of a lecture by a professor at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh has sparked online debate, with some claiming the professor said, “white people should commit suicide as an ethical act”. However, Derek Hook was discussing the commentary of another academic in his lecture and he has told Reuters the statement does not reflect his beliefs at all.

                  Social media posts refer to a one and a half minute-long clip that was part of an online presentation given in June by Hook, a scholar and a practitioner of psychoanalysis (here), as part of the series “Deconstructing Whiteness Toward an Anti-Racist Clinical Practice” (here).

                  During his lecture, Hook quoted a presentation given by Terblanche Delport (here) in March 2016 at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg.

                  “He made the assertion white people should commit suicide as an ethical act,” Hook said in his lecture, before going on to examine the statement from a psychoanalytic standpoint.

                  In an email to Reuters, Hook said, “The video snippet was part of a much longer talk and I was quoting another person’s words.

                  “The suggestion that “whites should commit suicide as an ethical act” is absurd and immoral and does not at all reflect my beliefs. Some white South Africans have faced challenges to their sense of self in adapting to no longer having the same cultural prominence and related identity that they once had. Sometimes facing such a significant change in identity and position can feel like an end, like a “death”.

                  “My lecture focused on the questions people face in those situations, especially if there are such extreme comments and ideas being stated around them. I did not call for harm to anyone. To the contrary, my entire career has been dedicated to understanding how to help other people face challenges, and I do not condone suicide in any way.”

                  Duquesne University, Hook’s employer, published a statement (here) saying that the excerpt circulating on social media had been “lifted out of context to distort the actual comments” by Hook.

                  “He did not make a statement advocating anything like what was suggested. In fact, he said that the statement in question was ‘crazy,’” the university wrote.

                  In chapter four of the 2020 book “Anxious Joburg: The inner lives of a global South city” (here), Hook refers to this same commentary by Delport and remarked that there seemed to be a "degree of wilful misunderstanding at work" in the reaction to Delport's words.

                  Hook wrote, “Delport emphasised that his was a provocation, a rhetorical act, an ethical gesture rather than - as one would imagine was quite obvious - a literal suggestion.”

                  Delport could not immediately be reached for comment to Reuters.
                  VERDICT
                  Missing context. Derek Hook, a professor from Duquesne University, did not say that “white people should commit suicide as an ethical act”; he was discussing the comments by another scholar in psychoanalytic terms.
                  You will politely, yet firmly say:
                  Context is everything.
                  “The sun will eclipse soon unless you sacrifice the prince consort to the goddess of the moon.”
                  Hans Bornefeld

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                    “The sun will eclipse soon unless you sacrifice the prince consort to the goddess of the moon.”
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