Jason Osamede Okundaye

Cambridge Student Who Branded All White People Racist and Cheered BLM Rioters Complains of Backlash

Jason Osamede Okundaye, president of Cambridge University student union’s Black and Minority Ethnic campaign, complained of “death threats, rape threats and racist insults” after he cheered Black Lives Matter rioters in London and declared “White middle class, white working class, white men, white women, white gays, white children they can ALL geddit [sic]”.


Professor: Netflix Responsible for Decline in Sex Rate

“Netflix and chill” has become a popular euphemism for sex among Kids These Days — but now one professor warns that the increase in usage of the former has led to a steep decline in the latter.


WAR: Cambridge, Massachusetts City Council Censures Breitbart News

On November 16, Breitbart Contributors Ilya Feoktistov and Sam Westrop released a devastating exposé on recently re-elected Cambridge City Council Member Nadeem Mazen, who also proudly serves on the board of the Massachusetts chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR), an organization linked to Hamas and financed in part by Saudis.


Machines’ Evolution and Cambridge’s Mother-Robot

Technology’s advance is bringing us closer to the uncomfortable point at which organic and mechanical life begins to merge. That’s really what the growing ethical, legal, and practical conflicts in science boil down to.

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Murder Conspiracy Of Pope’s Climate Adviser: The Plot Thickens

A Cambridge professor who advanced the novel theory that Big-Oil-funded death squads have been bumping off climate scientists has been rebuffed by Ipso – the newspaper standards watchdog formerly known as the Press Complaints Commission. Peter Wadhams, Professor of Ocean

Charlotte Proudman

The Guilty Secrets Of Man-Hating Feminazi Charlotte Proudman

Charlotte Proudman, the man-hating feminazi has a guilty secret. Several in fact. Four years ago, she decided to change her name from the one she was born with Charlotte Bailye, in a decision she has claimed was to “honour her