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Account Deleted By User submitted by Bidoof to news

IronAnvil 0 points 35 points (+35|-0) ago

Austrian Women Want Tax Levied On Old Bachelors - The Victoria Advocate, January 21, 1927

Mussolini Imposes Tax On Bachelors - St. Petersburg Independent, December 10, 1926

Police officer slams handcuffed 18 year old girl face first into floor, causing facial fractures, broken teeth, and permanent brain damage submitted by ez2typ to news

IronAnvil 0 points 21 points (+21|-0) ago

The solution is malpractice insurance for cops. Either individually, or on a department or union chapter basis. Then, allow the individual or the department (depending on how you structured it) to be sued -NOT the state or municipality.

Bam, problem solved.

Right now, police -like all public employees- have no direct consequences for their actions. Short of actually murdering someone in cold blood, there is virtually no violent transgression that a cop cannot justify as necessary. And even if a lawsuit is filed and successfully litigated, there are rarely serious repercussions for the individual or the department. If the city is embarrassed and wants to clean up its police department, it discovers it cannot -union contract. If the commissioner or the police chief wants to reform the department, they cannot -union rules. But if suddenly the aggrieved can sue the individual officer, or the police union, and NOT the city --oh, brother, you'll see a whole heap of change real soon.

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IronAnvil 0 points 8 points (+8|-0) ago

Nobody's mentioning Nazis, genius. The Nazis rose to power in Germany in 1932. Germany annexed Austria in 1938. This was simply something that actually happened in Europe in the Post-War period when young men began to forgo marriage as a consequence of social order beginning to break down, and young women didn't like where that left them.

Although, it is true that the break down of social order and civil society was what allowed the rise of Nazism in the first place. But that's hardly controversial.

What's controversial is that Feminism -in attacking traditional gender roles, demanding rights for women without associated responsibilities, and ignoring the deleterious effects of their policy proposals on men- has broken down social order. Which has had a great deal to do with allowing partisan radicalism to take root in American politics.

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IronAnvil 6 points -5 points (+1|-6) ago

anti-zionist propaganda anyone?

Haredi Rabbi arrested for rape of 12yo girl, Rabbi says he'd done nothing likely because Torah considers the child an adult. submitted by Misanthropesrlonely to news

IronAnvil 1 points -1 points (+0|-1) ago

It doesn't. It's supposed to be marry your dead brother's wife. Polygamist society, unmarried females need male labor, one more wife is no big deal, and everybody gets something they want.

This is from that time where the Pharisees were asking Jesus when a husband dies and the wife marries the next eldest brother, who would she be married to in heaven?

Israeli Puts Pork on Dead Terrorist's Body, Denying Him His Virgins; Will it deter suicide bombers? submitted by Ilikebordercollies to news

IronAnvil 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago

Well it really depends on the Muslim, doesn't it? Quite obviously, some very much fucking do.