Weekend Reading | June 10, 2016


While your girl makes you a sandwich, here are some of the most politically incorrect reads to enjoy for the weekend of June 10, 2016.


Top 6 Acts of Censorship in 2016

There has been a dangerous and troublesome trend of increasing censorship in the west. In the wake of the Second World War, it became criminal to speak certain things about the war, question details of the holocaust, or possess Nazi memorabilia. In 1990, France passed the Gayssot Act, making it illegal to question whether Nazi leaders committed crimes against humanity.

Soviet Defector Yuri Bezmenov Accurately Predicted How America Would Decline

Yuri Bezmenov, a disillusioned Soviet KGB agent, defected to North America while stationed in India. His goal was to save the West from Soviet subversion by publicizing KGB tactics and goals. While he received some attention in the Western press, his warnings have mostly gone unheeded while much of what he predicted has come true.

The Sad Squeaks Of An Aging Starlet’s Rationalization Hamster Spinning Its Final Wheel

Sharon Stone is a long way from her star turn in the movie Basic Instinct as a femme fatale who flashes her vaj during an interrogation. Thirty years on, paying audiences don’t want to see her vagina anymore. And, if the bitterness and sour grapes that drip from this recent interview with Stone are any indication, not many quality men in her real life want to see her vagina either.

Minimalism and Money

6 Ways Your Budget Can Save You Big

Your budget is made of three types of expenses: fixed, flexible and fun. What if you want to make room in your budget for something else? Maybe you want to plan an extra trip, or just put date nights back into your life. Here are a few ways to free up more money for the fun stuff you want to do.


New Social Network Based on Blockchain Wants to End Censorship

As Facebook and other digital social platforms face repeated accusations of censorship, a new blockchain-based social networking platform is emerging — with the express purpose of combating censorship. “We are basically living in an information age plagued by arbitrary censorship and digital amnesia, affecting every Internet user,” says AKASHA Project founder and CEO Mihai Alisie.

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