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"All women are whores, except your own mother" and the #MeToo discussion

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 12 January 2018 9 Comments
"All women are whores, except your own mother" and the #MeToo discussion

"All women are whores, except your own mother" is a much heard saying. Geenstijl wrote an article in 2012 with the title 'Women are whores. All of them'. In that article they referred to a survey highlighted by their sister company, de Telegraaf, via the website vrouw.nl. Yes, Geenstijl and De Telegraaf are both part of [...]

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Boef, Jort Kelder, 'whore', 'rape': introduction of state control via speech analysis from big data

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 7 January 2018 16 Comments
Boef, Jort Kelder, 'whore', 'rape': introduction of state control via speech analysis from big data

First there was the riot about rapper Boef who placed a snapchat movie in which he called women whore. Jort Kelder was then allowed to stage a riot and to immediately publicize his new radio show by saying that women were urging him to be raped (in order to later redirect this to another [...]

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Camiel Eurlings, Boef, Ismail Ilgun, #MeToo the apparent correctness and the danger of 'the man'

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 6 January 2018 17 Comments
Camiel Eurlings, Boef, Ismail Ilgun, #MeToo the apparent correctness and the danger of 'the man'

It is difficult to believe, of course, but everything you read, hear or see is staged in the media. This was proven by a reader of this site, for example, by simply filming with a simple camera in Zaandam, where the vlogger's talk with Ismail Ilgun was supposed to occur. You know, that Turkish boy with [...]

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Video proof, Zaanse vloggersrel with actors put in scene by PowNed?

Filed in NEWS ANALYZES by on 21 September 2016 9 Comments
Video proof, Zaanse vloggersrel with actors put in scene by PowNed?

In my previous articles, I stated that the vlogger riot in the Zaanse district of Poelenburg was probably set to introduce new and stricter legislation. The main characters Ismail Ilgun and rapper Boef seemed suddenly out of the blue to be known, but when you watched their YouTube video channels, you saw a series of meaningless movies [...]

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