The books Amazon banned are the continuation of my father’s legacy and of the changes that can take place through his methods. The books have hundreds of endorsements, from typical readers to past presidents of the American Psychological Association.
In one comment, which Amazon has now “banned,” a man said the book “Reparative Therapy of Male Homosexuality” saved his marriage.
Luckily for that man, he was able to find marital help before Amazon became the PC police. Today, he and many other families will now find fewer online resources than ever — not because science dictates their removal, but because LGBT ideology has shouted down sound science.
While Amazon is banning books — and restricting choice among those with unwanted same-sex attractions — some state governments are banning my father’s therapeutic practices.
But it’s clear that no government official who is voting to restrict client choice actually knows what reparative therapy entails. And with Amazon banning his books, radical LGBT activists hope to prevent even more lawmakers from ever finding out the truth.
As they say where I come from: Ol boy is pretty good! Jim Goad highlights two truths. 1.) That Whites (in particular White males) are under attack with pinpoint specific examples. 2.) And with more pinpoint examples that today’s progressive (and if I may add fanatical) liberals are the biggest hypocrites – even more than politicians. If you ask what is truth then you get it in a shot from the hip style from Mr. Jim Goad. Clearly has his hand on the pulse of today’s culture. Powerful, hard-hitting and honest; I highly recommend it for those who are interested in the real state of affairs. I know his critics have to hate him because the truth hurts. I highly recommend his work; he is the Dirty Harry of Journalism.
Italian police have arrested 18 people, including a mayor, social workers and psychologists for allegedly “brainwashing” children into believing their parents had abused them, in a scheme to take them away from their families and sell them to foster parents.
Authorities in the central Italian city of Reggio Emilia revealed how a network of carers allegedly used hours of psychotherapy sessions and electroshocks to convince children their parents had sexually abused them and “alter their memory ahead of the trials”, Italy’s Ansa news agency reports.
They then allegedly sold the children on to friends and acquaintances in a scheme worth hundreds of thousands of euros.
The investigations, codenamed “Angels and Demons”, started in the summer of 2018 after police received a series of reports of wrongdoing that initially proved false.
The 18 arrested include Andrea Carletti, mayor of Bibbiano, a town of about 10,000 near Reggio Emilia, as well as politicians, doctors, social workers and psychologists.
The network initially fabricated false reports to take children away from disadvantaged families. Then they proceeded to convince the children that they had indeed been abused.
In an episode reported by Italian newspaper La Repubblica, a girl said she couldn’t remember why she couldn’t see her father anymore.
“But don’t you remember you said you didn’t want to see him? I remember this,” a psychologist told her.
“I didn’t say that,” the girl replied.
“Yes, you said you didn’t want to see him because you were afraid that he would hurt you…” the psychologist is quoted as insisting. “That he might seek vengeance… or take you away. Do you remember the fear you felt? Do you remember now?”
The child allegedly said she didn’t remember and that she cried because she missed her father.
Workers at the company will be splitting $2 million between them. The sum is paltry compared to $56 million in fees awarded to Kirkland & Ellis, the law firm representing Toys ‘R’ Us.
A bankruptcy judge on Thursday approved the settlement to a class-action lawsuit filed on behalf of 33,000 former Toys ‘R’ Us workers which will see each of them receive about $60.
The Paper: https://arxiv.org/pdf/1907.00165.pdf
The paper, titled ‘No experimental evidence for the significant anthropogenic climate change’ was published by Jyrki Kauppinen and Pekka Malmi.
The study found that, “During the last hundred years the temperature is increased about 0.1°C because of carbon dioxide. The human contribution was about 0.01°C.”
Kauppinen and Malmi conclude that global temperatures are controlled primarily by cloud cover and that “only a small part” of the increased carbon dioxide concentration is anthropogenic.
The study also calls into question the claims of the UN IPCC, which concluded that global temperatures are largely driven by human activity.
While the methods and results of the study can be debated, this once again illustrates how there is no overwhelming consensus on man-made global warming as the media often claims.