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  1. #10405
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    Let me tell ya, in my position I can't acceptably say anything on the topic in social media or in my professional circles. It would be social and professional suicide.

    But there's a lot of sensational bullshit going on out there. Women claiming that mothers will die because they can't abort a life threatening pregnancy, as if the law isn't already clear that if the woman's life is threatening that there are exceptions in all 50 States.

    And the dumb claim that America is banning abortions is also bullshit. America isn't banning shit, states like Texas, Utah, Oklahoma are banning.

    Over 30 states consisting of 65% of the American population still have less regulations than all of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.
    Yeah, I agree that they are exaggerating the matter a bit, but I also think that such real backward thinking ruling can still occur in G7 nations are the main issue here as it is utterly insane ruling as crazy as some middle eastern nations or Brazil too is like this, but Brazil is much lower than G7 nation for their societal structure so that is not a surprise!

    It has a lot to do with religion as USA actually is very religious country and Jesus people are like ISIS that they are against abortion of any situation and Vatican too by the way have strong opposing to abortion of any situation! I mean, it. Is 21st century right? LOL!

    All nations even G7 have pros and cons, but sometimes somethings are bit too much and this ruling was bit wtf kinda situation as it sound like some of these judge still live in early 20th or even 19th century LOL!

  2. #10404

    German Vice-Chancellor warns of Lehman Moment

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    I think it won't be until 2023 before there's a real chance of getting back to normal. But then again, there's a real chance the world might fall into a recession by then too! So even if the fresh, young tutes are ready to return by 2023, will the mongers be? Time will tell.
    RE: Recession, competitiveness of German economy has been partly predicated on cheap gas from Russia. Bloomberg reports that that era is over. If Putin turns off the natural gas, it will be catastrophic for Europe, and that would obviously ripple to other parts of the globe.

    The risks extend beyond beyond a recession, and a winter of freezing homes and shuttered factories. For decades, Germany has prospered off the back of cheap gas. The answer to the growing economys needs more often than not was a new pipeline to Russia.

    That era is now over, and companies from BASF SE to Volkswagen AG are coming to terms with the new reality.

    Firms making metals, paper and even food could be forced to downscale or close German production sites, accelerating a steady exodus of manufacturing jobs and leaving lasting damage to the countrys economic landscape.

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-06-25/germany-risks-major-economic-disruption-from-russia-s-gas-squeeze
    The chemical industry accounts for about 15% of Germanys natural gas consumption.

    For natural gas as a raw material, producers have no substitute in the short term.

    As such, if the EU sanctioned gas imports from Russia, if Russia stopped exports or pipelines were to be damaged because of the war, production of basic chemicals in Germany would be affected, with some production curtailed or even halted.

    This would impact not just the basic chemicals sector, but also downstream producers, along with Germanys overall manufacturing base.

    About 95% of industrial goods made in Germany require chemical inputs automotive, computer chips, building materials, consumer electronics, pharmaceuticals, detergents, and many others.

    https://www.icis.com/explore/cn/resources/news/2022/03/17/10744821/russia-gas-embargo-would-force-german-chems-to-cut-or-halt-production-vci

  3. #10403
    Covid is back in Western Europe. Masks are more and more advised. When hot weather. What will be after Summer?

  4. #10402
    Quote Originally Posted by MrHo  [View Original Post]
    I am very certain that women will appreciate the opinion of us here who are so much into buying women for our sexual pleasure LOL!
    This. Should be the pinned post for each and every thread of the ISG Forum. LOL.

  5. #10401
    Quote Originally Posted by MrHo  [View Original Post]
    I am very certain that women will appreciate the opinion of us here who are so much into buying women for our sexual pleasure LOL!
    Let me tell ya, in my position I can't acceptably say anything on the topic in social media or in my professional circles. It would be social and professional suicide.

    But there's a lot of sensational bullshit going on out there. Women claiming that mothers will die because they can't abort a life threatening pregnancy, as if the law isn't already clear that if the woman's life is threatening that there are exceptions in all 50 States.

    And the dumb claim that America is banning abortions is also bullshit. America isn't banning shit, states like Texas, Utah, Oklahoma are banning.

    Over 30 states consisting of 65% of the American population still have less regulations than all of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.

  6. #10400

    Woman equality

    I am very certain that women will appreciate the opinion of us here who are so much into buying women for our sexual pleasure LOL!

  7. #10399
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    I agree that a right to privacy (and therefore a right to an abortion) based on "penumbral rights" supposedly deriving from the Constitution is sketchy. But, that doesn't change the fact that this is the first time in the history of American jurisprudence that a constitutional right, after having been acknowledged, was subsequently taken away. That makes this ruling uniquely controversial. There's always been controversial cases, and there will be more. But there's never been a ruling like this one. There hasn't been another one like it ever (taking a constitutional right away). Now on the other hand, and subsequent to Roe v. Wade, several other Supreme Court rulings established other constitutional rights derived from a "right to privacy". Are those rights now too in jeopardy? Many think so, especially after what Clarence Thomas said in his concurring opinion (that those too should be revisited). Justices Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett clearly lied during their confirmation hearings (surprise, surprise) regarding their commitment to the longstanding principle of stare decisis (and Roe v. Wade being settled law), and they did so while under oath. There has been some talk of holding them accountable for their lying through their teeth under oath, but I don't think that's going to go anywhere.
    Brazil have the similar issue with abortion too apparently, and let not even talk about middle east etc!

  8. #10398
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    Let's look at this on the bright side guys. If there is a rolling back on a right to contraceptives as well, then the American tutes will have to start offering bareback full service! LOLOLOL! But then again, if you knock up a tute she's having your baby if you're in a red state versus a blue state. Fuck it! Too many complicated variables. I'm going to Germany or Brazil! Ha!
    Well, you got those crazy Jesus people who is against condom LOL! Even Vatican is against contraceptives and even abortion till this new pope!

    They are on the opposing end of my religion of stunner pussies and anal, I worship it like a holy grail LOL!

  9. #10397
    Quote Originally Posted by Sirioja  [View Original Post]
    You must really have big problem with women, to agree to return 50 years back for less women rights. US is really not a modern in mind society. Maybe next will be Black can t take trains, buses for whites and same for restaurants, looking forward for KKK back. I m pretty sure still in South.
    No problem with women but I find men who try to bullshit liberal equality pussy shit to gain favor as sleezy and pathetic. Meanwhile this open minded person has no issues taking advantage of economic privilege from inheriting mommy's money and paying for prostitutes that don't actually desire him to feed his overly sized ego on an overly sized head.

    According to your logic, France is more backwards than the 30 American states that have less abortion restrictions. 15 week abortion ban in France? How backwards of them! How dare you tell a woman she can't abort a baby after 14 weeks! Give me a break from your sanctimonious bullshit.

    What a bunch of media sentimental driven simple minded bullshit.

  10. #10396
    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    Not surprised that you fell in line with the women's rights narrative aimed at the general population. Fuck, too old to be so dumb. Do better wrinkly balls.
    You must really have big problem with women, to agree to return 50 years back for less women rights. US is really not a modern in mind society. Maybe next will be Black can t take trains, buses for whites and same for restaurants, looking forward for KKK back. I m pretty sure still in South.

  11. #10395

    The good news!

    Let's look at this on the bright side guys. If there is a rolling back on a right to contraceptives as well, then the American tutes will have to start offering bareback full service! LOLOLOL! But then again, if you knock up a tute she's having your baby if you're in a red state versus a blue state. Fuck it! Too many complicated variables. I'm going to Germany or Brazil! Ha!

  12. #10394
    Quote Originally Posted by TheCane  [View Original Post]
    I agree that a right to privacy (and therefore a right to an abortion) based on "penumbral rights" supposedly deriving from the Constitution is sketchy. But, that doesn't change the fact that this is the first time in the history of American jurisprudence that a constitutional right, after having been acknowledged, was subsequently taken away. That makes this ruling uniquely controversial. There's always been controversial cases, and there will be more. But there's never been a ruling like this one. There hasn't been another one like it ever (taking a constitutional right away). Now on the other hand, and subsequent to Roe v. Wade, several other Supreme Court rulings established other constitutional rights derived from a "right to privacy". Are those rights now too in jeopardy? Many think so, especially after what Clarence Thomas said in his concurring opinion (that those too should be revisited). Justices Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett clearly lied during their confirmation hearings (surprise, surprise) regarding their commitment to the longstanding principle of stare decisis (and Roe v. Wade being settled law), and they did so while under oath. There has been some talk of holding them accountable for their lying through their teeth under oath, but I don't think that's going to go anywhere.
    Oh Clarence Thomas is hot feces for sure. And yeah, this certainly makes it concerning for other cases.

    Now when you back and listen to the conservative Justices' comments in confirmation hearings, it is now obvious that they chose their words carefully as to not directly say they would uphold but there were some misleading and implied messaging that they wouldn't overturn. Shady but doubtful to be enough to warrant perjury.

    https://youtu.be/ks1skEKwlrk

  13. #10393

    Penumbral Rights

    Quote Originally Posted by EscapeArtist  [View Original Post]
    Controversial indeed, but keep in mind the decision to deem abortion a Constitutional right in the first place was also very controversial not just because the topic of abortion was itself controversial but also by the fact that the 4th Amendment protecting privacy rights was used as the main justification in protecting abortion. I find that justification in the first place to be quite a loosely relevant stretch.
    I agree that a right to privacy (and therefore a right to an abortion) based on "penumbral rights" supposedly deriving from the Constitution is sketchy. But, that doesn't change the fact that this is the first time in the history of American jurisprudence that a constitutional right, after having been acknowledged, was subsequently taken away. That makes this ruling uniquely controversial. There's always been controversial cases, and there will be more. But there's never been a ruling like this one. There hasn't been another one like it ever (taking a constitutional right away). Now on the other hand, and subsequent to Roe v. Wade, several other Supreme Court rulings established other constitutional rights derived from a "right to privacy". Are those rights now too in jeopardy? Many think so, especially after what Clarence Thomas said in his concurring opinion (that those too should be revisited). Justices Kavanaugh and Coney Barrett clearly lied during their confirmation hearings (surprise, surprise) regarding their commitment to the longstanding principle of stare decisis (and Roe v. Wade being settled law), and they did so while under oath. There has been some talk of holding them accountable for their lying through their teeth under oath, but I don't think that's going to go anywhere.

  14. #10392

    Misguided

    Quote Originally Posted by DrPoon  [View Original Post]
    On the contrary if it is a relative granting of a right to a fetus and / or to be granted tenancy right to a fetus to not be evicted from its residence. So it can be framed as a renters rights win.

    And there are numerous cases of constitutional rights being taken away. At one time it was legal to use cocaine in the USA. Coca Cola was developed by a pharmacist to help him with his opium addiction. Both the right to cocaine and opium where later taken away. The fugitive slave act of 1850 took away the right of an escaped slave to freedom in a non slave state. And there was a right to prostitution in the 1800's and early 1900's in the USA which of course was also taken away. There was also the right to bear arms by mentally disabled people dating from 1770's which was taken away in 1968.
    This is a misguided rant full of misspelled words indicating that the author has no real understanding of what constitutional law consists of and how it works. Not worthy of any further consideration.

  15. #10391
    Quote Originally Posted by Sirioja  [View Original Post]
    Before daring to write this, did you ask US women what they think about this new law, when I'm fully sure most US women would agree with me about this shame in a really not modern society, when half US will forbid this women right since 50 years. After now free guns in NY to kill children when all Indians are dead since so long time, didn't Biden say another sad day? But a victory for women raper, shameful crazy Trump. But your lack of knowledge about women, about mothers who give You their life, their flesh, when they give you their children, but you seem not to know more than prostitutes and the craziest. Same sexism in Japanese society, maybe due to frustration about size. In porn, usually big size, except at Globe.
    Not surprised that you fell in line with the women's rights narrative aimed at the general population. Fuck, too old to be so dumb. Do better wrinkly balls.

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