[THE KIKE'S] ABC Investigates Whether Sexting 'Really' 'Counts' as Cheating?'

"Good Morning America", ABC News, July 25, 2013

Now that former Democratic Congressman and current mayoral candidate [KIKE] Anthony Weiner has been caught, again, sending sexually explicit texts to women, the hosts of [THE KIKE'S] ABC's "Good Morning America" decided to ask the important question: "What is cheating?"

Regarding the extremely graphic messages [THE KIKE] Weiner sent, reporter [NEGRA-KIKE] Linsey Davis wondered, "Is texting really cheating?...Do explicit E-mails, texts and tweets, like the ones Weiner sent even count as cheating?"


[KIKE] JOSH ELLIOTT: Questions about [KIKE] Anthony Weiner. Now for the last couple of days, and the latest round of them, if you will, a question many are asking online: Should sexting be considered cheating? We're going to get into that with an expert [KIKE WITCH DOCTOR] this morning.

[QUEER U.S. MARINE VETERAN] SAM CHAMPION: Yeah. Is it cheating? It it– Yeah. It's a good conversation. I think a lot of people have had that talk lately.


[THE KIKE'S] ABC GRAPHIC: Candidate Sexting Scandal: How Do You Define Cheating?

[THE KIKE] ELLIOTT: So many people asking so many questions this morning some of those, Linsey Davis, about exactly what is cheating?

[NEGRA-KIKE] LINSEY DAVIS: Right. And is texting really cheating? And that's what a lot of people are wondering. If you've never met the person, as in the case of Weiner, when he was just texting an alleged stranger. That's a question that we're going get to, ultimately. But, also, last night, his wife, Huma Abedin, not by her husband's side at his campaign event. But in the op-ed she penned for Harpers Bazaar, she tries to answer the question so many other people are asking, why is she still standing by her man?

[KIKE] ANTHONY WEINER: We're going to build jobs for people.

[THE KIKE] DAVIS: Overnight, Anthony Weiner, hitting the campaign trail without his wife Huma Abedin. But it's Huma and her words of forgiveness --

[MUSLIM] HUMA ABEDIN: I love him. I have forgiven him.

[THE KIKE] DAVIS: That have now become for some of us the real story, even overshadowing her husband's mayoral campaign.



[BURMESE SINO-KIKE] JULIE CHEN [married to President & CEO of The Kike's CBS]: Would you continue to stand by your man?

[THE KIKE] DAVIS: – to the streets of new york.

WOMAN: I thought to myself, seriously? Seriously, how can she stand in front of all those people and try to make right of it.

[THE KIKE] DAVIS: And of course, on Twitter. Women around the country, now wondering how Abedin could forgive weiner for another sexting scandal?

[THE KIKE] COKIE ROBERTS [married to Kike urinalist Steven V. Roberts, the author of Our Haggadah: Uniting Traditions for Interfaith Families]: A woman can't win in this situation. If she doesn't show up, she's a disloyal wife. The guy has behaved so badly, that there's nothing for a wife really to do.

[THE KIKE] DAVIS: The other question on so many minds this morning. Do explicit e-mails, texts and tweets, like the ones Weiner sent even count as cheating? Our expert says the answer is clear.

[KIKE] KAREN RUSKIN (PsyD) [from her own website: "Dr. Karen IS The Relationship Expert." Psychology Today: "Jewish Therapists in Sharon, Norfolk County, Massachesuetts"]: Whether it is with words, whether it's with your body, whether it's with your sexuality, it's considered an affair when you are interacting with another human being in secrecy.

[THE KIKE] DAVIS: In an essay for [The Kike's] Harper's Bazaar, written before Weiner's most recent revelation, she says, "New Yorkers will have to decide for themselves whether or not to give him a second chance. I had to make that same decision for myself, for my son, for our family. And I know in my heart that I made the right one." In an e-mail to supporters, Weiner kinda answers why it happened after we assume it had stopped. He wrote, "It was a terrible mistake that I returned to during a rough time in our marriage. After a lot of reflection, some professional help and a general reorientation of my life, Huma has given me a second chance."

[THE KIKE] ELLIOTT: Okay, Linsey, some head shaking here in the studio. We want to welcome relationship coach [KIKE] Donna Barnes. And Donna, we see a lot of people are asking this question. I can't imagine a lot of people are answering it differently, though.

[THE KIKE] DONNA BARNES: Except that I think it's a personal choice for everybody. I mean, people have open relationships. So, I think the secrecy part is the part that makes it cheating. But there's many different kinds of intimacy. There's emotional intimacy. There's sexual intimacy. There's physical intimacy. So, he was doing the sexual intimacy with someone else, but not the physical or probably not the emotional because he didn't even know this person.

[THE KIKE] ELLIOTT: The one thing that struck me at the press conference, she, Huma Abedin, goes out of her way to say, essentially, I know many of you think differently, but I've decided to forgive him and move on. There's some ownership there.

[THE KIKE] ROBERTS: Personal choice.

[THE KIKE] BARNES: Yeah. And I think the fact they have a child together has a lot more to do with that also. But here's the thing. I mean, as a person, she thinks he's a good human being. And behavior can be changed. And quite frankly, I think it's a sexual addiction. So, I think that's a process to change.

[THE QUEER] CHAMPION: I mean, I totally agree with you. I think that there's -- this clearly, I mean, to be in a relationship with me, this would have to change. I would have to set out a boundary and say, I'm uncomfortable with this and you need to work on it.

[THE KIKE] ROBERTS: It's out of bounds.


[THE KIKE] ROBERTS: Why is it the wife is getting a lot of heat here? And some are saying, why is he put her in this position? By running for mayor. And it's just--

[THE KIKE] BARNES: That's the unfortunate part. It sounds like they made that decision a year ago. And this happened a year ago. It's a little opportune that it just came out now. It didn't just happen. I think if it just happened, that would be something different.

[THE KIKE] ROBERTS: It's the second time. It just happened. But also. This isn't just one that made him leave office. He did it again

[THE KIKE] BARNES: That speaks to the addiction. It's like that alcoholic that sees that. You know, and he sees that he's having a hard time and that's probably the way he found comfort.

[THE KIKE] ROBERTS: Good point.

[THE KIKE] BARNES: Not appropriate, but he was looking for comfort.



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[The Kike's] ABC News Official Biography: [Negra Kike] Linsey Davis

[KIKE] Linsey Davis is a correspondent for [KIKE] ABC News, filing reports for [KIKE] World News, [KIKE] Good Morning America and [KIKE] Nightline. Davis has covered a wide range of stories, including Whitney Houston's death, the [KIKE] Dominique-Strauss Kahn trial in New York, Hurricane Irene, the earthquake in Haiti, the Casey Anthony trial and Tyler Clementi's suicide and subsequent anti-gay bullying campaign. In 2009, Davis reported on the miracle on the Hudson and Michael Jackson's death. That same year she also made waves with her "Nightline" report "Single Black Female." The story, which went viral, examined why African-American women are the least likely of any race or gender to walk down the aisle.

Davis joined ABC News as a New York-based correspondent for ABC NewsOne, the network's affiliate news service. NewsOne provides live and packaged news reports for 200 ABC affiliates around the country, as well as more than 30 domestic and international clients, including BBC, NHK, ARD/Germany and CTV Canada. At ABC NewsOne, Davis reported on the Binghamton shooting and the H1N1, or swine flu, outbreak. During the 2008 presidential election, she reported from Michigan, South Carolina, Florida and Indiana. In 2007, she was sent to the scene of the Minnesota bridge collapse and also reported from Memphis, Tennessee to mark the 40th anniversary of Martin Luther King's death. In September 2007, Davis covered the events in Jena, Louisiana, as thousands marched, protesting the criminal trial of six black teens in the beating of a white classmate.

Before joining the network in June 2007, Davis was anchor of the weekend evening newscasts at WTHR-TV in Indianapolis. She joined the station as a reporter in 2003 and, during her time there, reported from New Orleans in wake of Hurricane Katrina, from Torino for the 2006 Winter Olympics, and from Athens for the 2004 Summer Olympics. From 2001-03 she was a reporter at WJRT-TV, the ABC owned station in Flint, Michigan.

Davis has received several honors for her reporting, including an Emmy [KIKE] Award and a regional [KIKE] Edward R. Murrow Award. In addition, the [KIKE] Center for Leadership Development awarded her with the distinction of "Up and Comer."

Davis earned her undergraduate degree in psychology from the University of Virginia and a Master of Arts degree in communications from [KIKE] New York University. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

U.S.: Atheist Summer Camp Is Heaven on Earth for Nonbelievers

[Summer Camp for Atheists video]

By [Negra-Kike] Linsey Davis and Elizabeth Stuart, ABC News, August 23, 2012

Most summer camps host kayaking, arts and crafts classes and campfires, but what makes Camp Quest Northwest different is that it is literally "beyond belief."

Located just north of Seattle, Camp Quest Northwest is a summer camp for atheists or children of atheists, self-described "freethinkers" or people not otherwise traditionally religious.

"We would encourage them to read, to go to church," said Chuck Wolber [his blog], one of Camp Quest Northwest's founders. "The best way to become an atheist is to study the Bible, and I definitely recommend the kids do that."

The secular sleepaway camp rents the area from another camp, and camp counselors used masking tape to cover any signs with religious or deity words on them, such as "Lord," "God," or "Gaia," and replaced those words with fantasy-like words, such as "Flying Spaghetti Monster," which they use to emphasize the imaginary nature of God.

The camp hosts different sessions, such as the Socrates Cafe, where campers are free to discuss anything on their minds, from the age-old question of "where do we come from?" to how to handle bullies who pick on them because of their agnostic beliefs.

"It's amazing. I love it here," said a 9-year-old camper named Elle. "With certain people, you have to limit yourself or feel socially obligated. This feels nice to be here and not have to limit yourself and know you won't be bullied or hurt."

Camper [KIKE] Chandler Garry is like most 11-year-old boys, except he calls himself an atheist. He said he doesn't have an answer for why he doesn't believe in God, other than he hasn't seen proof that God exists.

"All of my friends are Christian," he said. "Sometimes I do get bullied because of that, because I'm an atheist."

Chandler said he has occasionally been curious about other religions, but he insisted that he came to his conclusion about God on his own, separate and apart from his parents, [KIKE] Matt and Karen Garry. Matt was raised Jewish and [anti-Christ] Karen was raised Christian, but now both identify as atheists and decided early on to raise their kids in a God-less household.

"We wanted to raise our kids to make their own decisions," Karen Garry said. "If our children decided they wanted to be Jewish, fine, not a problem
. We would love them just as much as if they were atheist or whatever, Buddhist. We just wanted them to be good, happy people."

"It was always very important to me to teach them about the scientific method; if something is provable, you have a hypothesis and you theorize, find a solution for it," Matt Garry said. "It boils down to when someone is sick or very sick or hurt, we don't pray to God, we pray to doctors and to the science that is going to fix them."

At Camp Quest, religion, in some form, is often a topic of discussion, but here they believe more in talking about evolution and logic. They think critically and question everything, and they don't believe in God.

Several of the campers said they had been exposed to religion through family, and some said their parents had been raised in religious households, and then chose to become atheists.

"Some of my family is Catholic so I've gone to a wedding and a funeral," said a 13-year-old camper named Bailey. "I understand how they might want to believe in something like that, but I don't really understand it."

Jews Don’t Run the Banks Anymore

By [Shite Nationalist] Robert "I Wish I Could Find A Jew Who'd Pay Me" Lindsey

For Chrissake people, even David Duke says the Jews don’t run the banks anymore. What more of an authority do you need?

Unfortunately, anti-Semitismphobia (irrational fear of anti-Semitism) has kept scholars from researching this question. I’ve done some research on my own. Jews largely ran the banking system of Europe from the late 1800′s into the 1900′s. Their dominance of this profession seems to have come to an end in the 1930′s and 1940′s. I guess that means that they got taken out by the Holocaust.

According to Henry Ford’s The International Jew, Jews made a run for US investment banking and consumer banking in the early part of the 1900′s in the US. Ford describes how Jews during this time made a play for investment banking in the US. They worked together to try to buy up as many investment banks as they could for the tribe.

That’s how Jews were back then – they worked together to acquire Jewish monopolies. They made significant penetration until the whistle was blown on them and Gentiles quit selling investment banks to the Jews. Smart move!

Ford says they then made a play for commercial banking in the US, but the whistle was blown early, and they were stopped in their tracks, as commercial bankers refused to sell to Jews. Jewish ethnic warfare is no good. The only way to fight it is anti-Semitism, and that’s not good for Jews or Gentiles.

The International Jew is actually a pretty good book if you can ignore some of the bullshit about The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. I don’t think that Ford, at the time he wrote that book, was an anti-Semite at all. Those who are not convinced maybe ought to actually read the book?

US Jews at that time were extremely tribal, clannish and ethnocentric, and were waging ethnic warfare in order to corner and control various US professions. Jews have assimilated dramatically since then, and it’s not appropriate to compare the clannish Jews of 1908 with US Jews of today.

It was during this period that Jewish dominance of the US media and Hollywood occurred. The Jewish impetus for acquiring these assets originally was not to give more power and money to the Jews, but to fight anti-Semitism.

Many large US papers were in the hands of White Gentile anti-Semites and so was Hollywood. Large Jewish financiers met with concerned Jewish leaders, and plots were hatched to buy out large US papers. This is apparently the genesis of Jewish control of the New York Times.

It’s all pretty much water under the dam now. Jews do wield quite a bit of power in US media and Hollywood.

In addition to being due to extremely high Jewish verbal IQ (Possibly as high as 125!) and the extra-IQ factors that result directly and indirectly from that, Jewish power in the media and Hollywood is largely a legacy of hypertribal US Jews from the dog eat dog world of Eastern Europe in the early part of the 1900′s.

I think Jewish power in Hollywood is on the decline. Looking over a large section of movie ads recently, of course I saw Jewish names, but I saw a Hell of a lot of Gentile names too, in particular Italians. In some cases, those at the very top were Jews, but not always. It’s no secret that Italians have moved into Wall Street, Las Vegas and the movies bigtime. Are Scorsese and Coppola Jewish? Come on.

It’s also important to note that some of the biggest Hollywood Jews were awfully detribalized. Stanley Kubrick was a great director, but for all intents and purposes, he had left the Jews behind. He barely considered himself Jewish anymore. It seems unfair to deviously make up lists of Jews and include the deracinated ones right alongside the SuperJews.

Looking at the credits on a typical TV show is much more instructive. The list of Jewish names, in particular the all-important names of the ultimate producers and directors running the show, is stunning to behold. It seems that Jewish power is much greater in TV than in the movies these days.

Jewish media power is a tough one. The Los Angeles Times is one of the biggest papers in the country, and for decades was run by an ultrarich Whitebread WASP family named the Chandlers. They weren’t anti-Semites, but the Times was their baby. Where were the Jewish hands secretly running the Times?

One of my Jewish commenters noted that the Ochs Sulzbergers (owners of the New York Times) have been marrying Gentiles for a while now and are considered by ethnocentric Jews to have “left the tribe.” I don’t know what to make of such comments, but perhaps we should take them into consideration.

Anti-Semites say the Washington Post is “run by Jews”, but it’s run by a woman named Katharine Graham. Her father was a Jew. She’s not even Jewish by Jewish law! Since when is she some kind of secret Jew? Since when is everyone with some Jewish ancestry a secret part of the tribe? That’s getting pretty silly, people.

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