FBI cites black extremists as new domestic terrorist threat…


Date: October 13, 2017

01) FBI cites black extremists as new domestic terrorist threat

“The FBI report said that the agency previously had analyzed the potential for violence of black identity extremism, a term that was unfamiliar before it appeared in the document. What has changed, according to the report, is that violence has now actually occurred and is ‘likely” to continue.

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DeRay Mckesson of Black Lives Matter told The Guardian the terrorism report echoes the days when the FBI tracked activist groups including the NAACP and those that opposed wars.

“We knew that we were likely being watched,” said Mckesson, a longtime critic of government monitoriing of protest groups. “This is confirmation that the work of social justice continues to threaten those in power.”

Thanks to Enochian for this find.

M.A. Voice: Issue 26 – October 13, 2017…

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Articles and content from Minor Attracted People [MAPs], presented in no particular order and without preference or discrimination. These are diverse viewpoints.


Note: All BoyChat links will include their corresponding TOR URL to use in the TOR Browser, as well as their TOR2WEB URL. If the main link does not work, please use one of the other URLs.

Date: October 13, 2017

01) hikari: What caused the downfall of the Dutch ped movement
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1503031.htm
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02) Peanuts: Penis fascination “starts sooner then you think”
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1503161.htm
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03) Filip30: Bruce Rind about minor-adult-sex and puberty
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1503453.htm
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04) Will Robinson: Prepubescent Orgasmic Boys
TOR URL: http://r2j4xiyckibnyd45.onion/messages/1500331.htm
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05) Apertado: Anotações sobre “Positive Memories: Cases of Positive Memories of Erotic and Platonic Contacts of Children With Adults, as Seen From the Perspective of the Former Minor.”


If you’re a Minor Attracted Person [MAP] who would like your content featured in the next issue, please use the form below to pass along the necessary information.

You may also submit content created by other MAPs. Any form of legal content [written, audio, video, artistic, academic, personal expression, etc.] will be considered for inclusion.

All submissions made via this form are private.

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Other Issues

How Other Countries & Cultures Care For The Dead…


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Date: October 12, 2017

01) How Other Countries & Cultures Care For The Dead

02) Direct Download [MP3]

“Mortician Caitlin Doughty joins us to discuss her latest book From Here to Eternity: Traveling the World to Find the Good Death. She travels the world to explore how other countries and cultures take care of their dead. Doughty also compares these experiences to the American funeral industry, which she argues is particularly peculiar.”

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A Call to Rebellion for Ontario Legal Professionals…


Date: October 12, 2017

01) A Call to Rebellion for Ontario Legal Professionals


“Ontario lawyers/paralegals: Indicate your objection to the Law Society demands (confidentiality ensured) at https://jordanbpeterson.com/compelled-speech-law-society-upper-canada/. Please forward this video URL to your colleagues.

Concerned non-lawyers, please contact the Law Society at: lawsociety@lsuc.on.ca

(It can be difficult for individual lawyers to stand up against such unwarranted intrusion singly. In consequence, we established the website to generate an estimate of the degree of dissatisfaction and resistance. The number of signatories will be made public, on that same website, within the first week–and updated regularly–but no personally identifying details will be released. )

Summary: Recently, the Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario) has made major revisions to their requirements for the annual submission for legal practitioners in that province. As part of a five-part strategic program known as “Accelerating Culture Shift,” all lawyers are now required to write, submit and abide by a “Statement of Principles.” The details can be viewed here https://www.lsuc.on.ca/EDI/ — a site which indicates what lawyers now need to “KNOW AND DO” (caps in the original) for 2017.

In this video, I discuss this new demand (enforced by the power of government and law) with practicing lawyer Jared Brown and Professor Bruce Pardy of Queen’s University, both of whom testified, along with me, last year at the Canadian Senate on the compelled speech required by federal Bill C-16.

The content of the now-mandatory “Statement of Principles” has been dictated and will be reviewed for compliance by the Law Society itself: Acknowledgement of the “obligation to promote equality, diversity and inclusion generally, and in… behavior towards colleagues, employees, clients and the public.” This is part of a broader claim by the same society of systemic racism endemic in the legal profession in Ontario – a claim for which very little credible evidence has been collected and distributed.

Furthermore, the Society now requires every legal workplace of 10 or more licensees to “develop, implement and maintain a human rights/diversity policy” and to undergo an “equality, diversity and inclusion self-assessment for their legal workplace, to be provided to the Law Society” (which will also “encourage legal workplaces to conduct inclusion surveys by providing them with sample templates.”)

Failure to do comply brings with it the threat of serious penalties, including reputational damage and, more seriously, loss of the right to practice.

By implementing such requirements the Law Society has shifted from an organization ensuring competent practice to one dedicated to policing political and philosophical attitude and behavior. This is a clear and egregious example of compelled speech, and should be rejected as unacceptable by those at whom it is aimed.

To indicate your objections, once again (lawyers only, please, for this purpose): https://jordanbpeterson.com/compelled-speech-law-society-upper-canada/

Confidentiality is ensured.

Professor Pardy’s National Post article can be found at: http://nationalpost.com/opinion/bruce-pardy-law-societys-new-policy-compels-speech-crossing-line-that-must-not-be-crossed

God Is Not Great – Christopher Hitchens…


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Date: October 11, 2017

01) God Is Not Great – Christopher Hitchens


“Audiobook of God Is Not Great (How Religion Poisons Everything) By Christopher Hitchens”

I’ve not read this, myself.

Christopher Hitchens can be abrasive, by many people’s standards…but he had a natural talent for communication, thinking and seeing deeper.

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Queer Disbelief: What LGBTQ and Atheist People Can Learn From Each Other (TTA Podcast 349)…


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Date: October 11, 2017

01) Queer Disbelief: What LGBTQ and Atheist People Can Learn From Each Other (TTA Podcast 349)


“Hemant Mehta of “Friendly Atheist” and author Camille Beredjick speak about “Queer Disbelief,” a book (near publication) which links the atheist movement to the LGBTQ movement, exploring the similarities and differences…and what they can learn from each other.”

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The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde…


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Date: October 11, 2017

01) The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll & Mr Hyde

“The Strange Case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde is a novella by the Scottish author Robert Louis Stevenson, first published in 1886. London lawyer Utterson is driven to investigate Edward Hyde, the unlikely protege of his friend Dr Henry Jekyll, suspecting the relationship to be founded on blackmail. The truth is worse than he could have imagined. Jekyll’s ‘full statement of the case’, the final chapter of the book, explores the idea of dual personality that led him to his experiments, and his inexorable and finally fatal descent into evil.

(Summary by David Barnes)”

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