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Secret Societies

TRUreporting and McAllister TV join forces for another Beyond The headlines video, this one exploring the arcane realms inhabited by secret societies. Here, the hosts not only get into fraternities and sororities, but also religious orders and outfits like the Freemasons.

Many of these groups are Satanic, even those that disguise themselves as being Christian. They also practice creepy rituals as well as deviant sexual practices, involving orgies with children or animals.

This is a deep dive, nearly two hours long, so set aside some free time over the coming weekend if you can’t get to it right away. Here, you will learn much about the buried histories of these sects, their nominal relations with religious orders, as well as their logos and symbols.

You will also learn more of these groups’ checkered stories, how they aided the escape of the Nazis at the close of WWII, as well as sundry criminals ranging from Jack the Ripper to Vlad the Impaler. There’s an obvious reasoning behind all the secrecy. If we knew more about them, we would close every one of their temples, and forever seal their doors.

The Not-So-Young Jerks

Listen as Cenk Uygur of The Young Turks tries to defend some of his past comments regarding bestiality. This isn’t the first — or likely the last time — Uygur will go down this sorry road. He’s always on the side of rapists, whether they are attacking animals, kids or grown women. His implication that the rapists are trying to help the animals is just sick. He’s not a Young Turk, he’s just a Demented Twat! More from Jamie Dlux.

Speaking of Leftists and bestiality, Alinity just posted a Tweet she thought people would love, showing her dog eating her out. Of course, the YouTube personality, known for her World of Warcraft videos, quickly deleted the post. But Memology 101 documented it.

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And just to top things off, while Alinity skated, one thot got banned by Twitter: Corinna. She swears she did nothing wrong. Why are they picking on her? It’s Memology 101 again, right on top of all matters Alinity.

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Sexual Exploitation of Kids

“Leftists are going nuts because a lawmaker in Ohio is proposing a bill to protect children from sexual exploitation,” says OAN’s Liz Wheeler. “That’s right, the Ohio bill, House Bill 180, would prohibit children under 18 years old from performing in shows in which the child simulates sexual activity, or as the bill reads, ‘suggests a minor is participating or engaging in sexual activity, masturbation, or bestiality.’ That means sexualized performances by child drag queens would not be allowed and that is why leftists have their panties in a twist.”

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Germany’s Erotic Zoos Face Ban

The German Parliament is moving to reinstate laws against sex with animals after a pronounced rise in the number of bestiality cases. The Germans struck down bestiality as a criminal offense in 1969, but now a reversal appears imminent, amid signs of increasing zoophilia. Some farmers are reportedly pimping out their sheep and pigs for sex acts. There are even erotic zoos that people can visit to abuse animals including goats and llamas.

Michael Kiok, the chairman of a German zoophile group called ZETA, defended keeping bestiality legal. “Mere concepts of morality have no business being law,” Kiok said.

What a strange line of reasoning. If laws governing human behavior are completely divorced from morality, then humans have been reduced to barnyard animals. Who believes this is what the founders of Western Civilization, even those advocating libertarian principles, had in mind?

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Bizarro U

Readers of DC Comics in the 1960s might remember Bizarro World, the cube-shaped planet that spawned sundry alter-ego versions of Superman and other superheroes. Bizarro World, also known as “Htrae,” or Earth spelled backwards, gave us such notables as Wonderzarro, Bizarro Flash, The Yellow Lantern and Batzarro, the World’s Worst Detective. Their motto:  “Us do opposite of all Earthly things! Us hate beauty! Us love ugliness! Is big crime to make anything perfect on Bizarro World!”

Flash forward to 2012, and one might think Bizzaro World has overtaken several prominent universities and colleges in the United States. A case in point: Fordham University, a Jesuit-founded school in New York City. Fordham’s President Joseph M. McShane had a conniption fit recently when the College Republicans invited Ann Coulter to speak on campus. McShane accused Coulter of spewing hate and said her message is “aimed squarely at the dark side of our nature.” As a result of his rebuke, the College Republicans rescinded their invitation to Coulter.

Now, we learn that while Coulter was being blackballed by this august university, no one on campus apparently perceived any hypocrisy in extending open arms and offering a public speaking platform to Peter Singer. Who’s Peter Singer, you ask? He’s a tenured “bioethics” professor at Princeton University who preaches against killing animals but believes it’s perfectly acceptable to commit infanticide on baby humans through their first month of life. He’s a radical proponent of animal liberation, but also has defended bestiality,  believing society ought to loosen its strictures against sex with animals.

Singer’s appearance didn’t faze McShane in the least, or draw one word of condemnation from the Fordham president. The DC Comics writers weren’t just entertaining. They were prophets, who foresaw Bizarro World right around the corner.

(EDITOR’S NOTE: YouTube has censored and removed the original video. In its place, we present Ann Coulter discussing free speech on college campuses, following publication of her book In Trump We Trust.)

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