A regular collection of obscure news and outlandish opinion.
Refugees refuse to be resettled in Papua New Guinea, despite it being a ‘land of opportunities.’ As long as you’re not a witch. These articles act as appendices to Denunciation and White Man’s Burden.
How online dating deters average women from forming relationships.
Secrets of the Syrian War. One of the best articles I’ve read on Russia and Turkey’s involvement in the Syrian conflict.
Why is it that when a woman is the victim of a love rat we feel sorry for her but when a man is taken for a ride, we find him revolting? Gentlemen . . . ah, I won’t go it to it now, it will be the topic of a future post.
Fascinating examples of how news is manipulated by mainstream media organizations. No conspiracy theories, just indisputable facts from the last decade or so. At Taki, always stay for the comments.
This guy writes interesting stuff but mate – take it from one pretentious wanker to another – change your fucking font.
SovietMen readers rarely click on links to African news articles so they are this week duly omitted. You racist cunts. Couldn’t find any good cannibalism stories, anyway.
Remember how workers battled on at Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactor during the peak of the disaster, knowing full well they were receiving devastating amounts of radiation, in an effort to save their nation? The first of the nuclear samurai has been diagnosed with radiation-linked cancer. SovietMen drops its veneer of adolescent nihilism to wish all the best to the courageous man and his family.
A nearby castle, Aizuwakamatsu-jo, was the last standing castle of the original samurai. When it fell to the Meiji Restoration the feudal period ended and Japan opened up to the outside world, rapidly becoming the most developed state in Asia. Almost all of Fukushima Prefecture is safe and it is a charming place to visit.
If you’d prefer underwear related news from Japan, try this.
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