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Nothing To See At Scamlympics

This week on the New World Next Week: Soros and Gates team up to buy a COVID company; the Tokyo fraudlympics kick off amid scandal, outrage and resentment; and the Foo Pfizers cancel their vaxxed concert due to COVID. More from The Corbett Report and Media Monarchy.

 




Gold-Slathered Street Butoh

In Tokyo, butoh street performers stage intricate dance shows. The performers are semi-nude, but wear thongs.Their faces are slathered with gold or white paint. This is a Bitchute exclusive from Black Pigeon Speaks, a Canadian who lives much of the time in Japan.




 

 

From Harajuku To Shibuya

While Black Pigeon Speaks makes some of the best political diatribes anywhere in the world, we also admire his softer reflections while wandering the streets in lands far from his native Canada. Here, he takes a walking tour in Tokyo, one of the world’s most exotic cities, surveying the businesses, the people, the architecture, the traffic and other features of life from Haraujuku to Shibuya. Japanese youth culture and fashion are much on display in Harajuku, while Shibuya is home to Tokyo’s most bustling commercial and financial districts, with some of the world’s busiest train stations.




 

Inside Tokyo’s Red Light District

Let’s go on the ground inside Tokyo’s Red Light District. This is a walk-though inside the largest red light district anywhere in the world. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.




Tokyo’s Loo With A View

Why can’t we have cyberpunk public commodes? More from Black Pigeon Speaks.

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Shibuya: Tokyo’s Lockdown

Black Pigeon Speaks takes us to the Shibuya district in Tokyo. This is a gritty shopping and commercial district that straddles two of Tokyo’s busiest railroad hubs — the Shibuya Station and the Shinjuku Station. This is a district of great popularity with young people. Here can be found several famous fashion stores as well as Japan’s Internet technology firms. But there are also small walking streets where there are old-school pubs that can only accommodate a few people in tight quarters. This is a walk-though tour.




Tokyo’s Strange Lockdown

On the ground inside Tokyo’s red-light district. It’s the largest such district anywhere in the world. Let’s take a walk-through. More from Black Pigeon Speaks.




Babes Of Burlesque: 43

MISS CABARETTA

When we think of Japan, we think of sushi and sumo wrestlers. But Miss Cabaretta — real name Deka Tamagi — has also made burlesque part of the social fabric in Japan. Known for her exotic costumes and showy, high-stepping dances, she’s a fan of vintage burlesque. To quote the Taipei Times, “The voluptuous beauty’s act takes cues from burlesque performers of the 1950s and 1960s. Swaying and swirling gracefully across the stage, she caresses herself and her wavy black hair before slowly taking off pieces of her tasseled and bejeweled costumes.”

Here she’s ready to blast off in a military-themed dance at the Amaranth Lounge in Tokyo.

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She cites eclectic musical influences, from contemporary rock to classic Cuban jazz. In this performance at Tokyo’s Liquid Loft, she’s undulating to some vintage blues.

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To visit her website, click http://yaplog.jp/cabaretta/

Babes of Burlesque: 11

CHERRY TYPHOON

An explosive dynamo, Cherry Typhoon brings an original, high-energy presence to the stage. She grew up in Tokyo, studying traditional Japanese dance forms, but her career really detonated after she embraced burlesque. Tassel twirling up a storm, whether she’s wearing a G-string or a kimono, she has toured widely across Europe and North American, and currently is based out of Montreal, Canada. Here she is at the 2012 Tease-O-Rama in San Francisco.

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Her act Fukagawa, staged last summer at the Theatre St. Catherine in Montreal.

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Her website: http://www.cherrytyphoon.com/Pages/default.aspx

Gay Pride in Lisbon

Black Pigeon Speaks visits a gay pride event in Lisbon. Not half as flamboyant as Sydney. San Francisco or Vancouver, the event is much closer to what Black Pigeon Speaks saw in Tokyo. Is it because the public in Portugal is more circumspect or does the Catholic Church still have some influence across southern Europe?




A new shock poll. Young people are growing much less tolerant toward the LGBT community. Here are several studies that DESTROY the narrative that young voters are more liberal!! More from Dr. Steve Turley.




Sargon of Akkad says the reason for the resistance to the LGBT is simple. If you push anything too hard and in one direction, the pendulum will swing back the opposite direction. More on The Thinkery.




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