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Boy Scouts of America weighs bankruptcy


Well, people, I tried my best to warn everyone about B.S.A. Inc’s in-process suicide.

Fell on deaf ears.

Some of the willfully blind got pissed at me instead of B.S.A.! (Present company excepted of course.)

I bet they feel stupid, lulz.

BOY SCOUT LAW (the real one, not the Improved Scouting bullshit from 1972 — on):

A SCOUT IS BRAVE . . .  “and defeat does not down him.”

So let’s bravely look at the bright side. Soon the BSA trademarks will be up for auction.

We can start REAL, AUTHENTIC BOY SCOUTING all over again and pretend the 1970s never happened.

The men of Texas can deal with the Commie SJW pricks at BSA HQ. They have experience with this shit.

https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news/boy-scouts-weighs-bankruptcy

Boy Scouts of America weighs bankruptcy

by Diana Stancy Correll

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Qanon, RBG and the Boy Scouts


The mysterious “Q” thought to be a kind of spokesman for a secret military intelligence psyop against the Communist Left, mentioned the Boy Scouts again today, repeating an 8chan “drop” several weeks ago about AWOL supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

You see, RBG once worked as a radical lawyer and was one of two ghost writers for “Sexism in the U.S. Code” a publication of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

You see, the American Man is a formidable foe and the bolshevik Left cannot defeat him directly. But the American Boy is vulnerable, nearly so much as the American Girl. The Boy Scouts of America was too tempting a target to pass up.


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6 Jan 2019 – 12:32:35 PM
[RBG]
Why was she ‘selected’?
Who appointed her?
Remember [her] history.
Ref: 230-page book called Sex Bias in the U.S. Code, published in 1977 by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
Highlights:
>Called for the sex-integration of prisons and reformatories so that conditions of imprisonment, security and housing could be equal. She explained, “If the grand design of such institutions is to prepare inmates for return to the community as persons equipped to benefit from and contribute to civil society, then perpetuation of single-sex institutions should be rejected.” (Page 101)
>Called for the sex-integration of Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts because they “perpetuate stereotyped sex roles.” (Page 145)

Scouting Ireland faces uncertain future in wake of child sex abuse scandal


The aim of scouting is to help develop young people into independent individuals with good morals, who “know how to treat people well,” he said.

and yet, later in this article, we read this

“At the moment there is only one insurer who is willing to insure Scouting Ireland in this country,” Aisling Kelly told the private meeting. The historic documentation for the CBSI was in “much better shape” than records from the SAI, she said.

If Scouting Ireland is forced to bear the entire cost of lawsuits from past abuse in the SAI itself, the cost is “going to be huge,” McClenaghan said.

and then we come to the enormity of the problem:

Its board is due to consider a range of emergency financial measures at a meeting on Saturday. If the number of alleged victims continues to increase, even selling assets such as scout dens may be considered, Kelly has said.

The Pandora’s box of past child sexual abuse in the organisation, which lay dormant for decades, has now burst open, with the number of abuse survivors coming forward expected to keep increasing.

Scouting Ireland’s board has vowed that nothing will be hidden, and that legacy failings will be addressed transparently. However, current goodwill towards the organisation may not be enough to save it from the sins of the past.

Decorated soldier Baden-Powell killed men for less cause than this.

Think about that the next time you hear some soyed-up hipster scouter blabbering about empowering youth to lead ethical lives blah blah blah.

From one of many articles published recently by the Irish Times. Read it all at irishtimes.com:


Allan Mathews (35) has been involved with scouting since he was eight years old, and is now a leader with the St Patrick’s group, in Dundalk, Co Louth, one of Scouting Ireland’s largest troops in the country.

In the troop den on Thursday night a group of 20 cubs, aged from nine to 11, were learning how to navigate using compasses. Upstairs a larger group of scouts, ranging in age from 12 to 15, played a series of games on their last meeting before Christmas.

The crisis over the historic child sexual abuse scandal facing the century-old youth organisation appeared far removed from the noisy Dundalk scout den.

“My stomach turned, it’s not something that you ever want to hear,” Mathews said, describing the moment he saw the news of the controversy break.

An ongoing review by Scouting Ireland has identified 317 alleged child sex abuse victims, and 212 alleged abusers.

Evidence from the review details abuse that occurred at “all levels within the organisation”, cases where information was “covered up” and alleged perpetrators were permitted to “move from group to group”, Scouting Ireland’s new chairperson Aisling Kelly told a stunned meeting of senior scout leaders on Monday.

“If that was true, that was disgusting, the thought of it is sickening . . . It’s not something that I would ever have been able to comprehend happening,” Mathews said.

“We detest the thoughts of what happened to the poor innocent kids,” he went on, adding that he hoped the gardaí would investigate allegations now surfacing to the fullest extent.

Despite it being the era of the smartphone and computer game, the Dundalk troop’s numbers have increased year on year. The troop has 180 juvenile members, and “we could take 30 more kids tomorrow morning,” Mathews said.

The organisation has taken a hit in relation to the public, but the national scandal has not eroded the trust between parents and local leaders in Dundalk, he said.

In recent months Mathews’s six-year-old son joined the younger “beavers” age group. “It’s a way of life, I could never see myself leaving, I’m in it 27 years [and] it’s something I’m proud of being a part of,” Mathews said.

The aim of scouting is to help develop young people into independent individuals with good morals, who “know how to treat people well,” he said.

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Boys are now excluded from the Boy Scouts // Vox Popoli blog


God bless Vox Day. He is a shining ray of Light in an increasingly dark, insane, evil world.

One of his commenters nails it:

4.  Warunicorn February 08, 2019 10:48 AM

I can’t think of this as anything other than a cancer.

Why even bother with the title, “Boy Scouts?” Answer: Because they plan on destroying it, intentionally, like with all the cultural norms they’ve destroyed such as marriage.

F*ck ’em.

 


posted by VD @ 2/08/2019 10:41:00 AM

Boys are now excluded from the Boy Scouts:

The Boy Scouts of America welcomed the establishment of Troop 86 in Vulcan and Troop 219 in Helena on February 1st. But these two troops are different — no boys, all girls. The first two of their kind in Central Alabama. With the formation of these two troops, a debate has taken hold. Some think this compromises the central mission of the Boy Scouts, whereas other believe it gives girls new opportunities that they never had before.

It won’t be long before men are excluded from the pulpits of Fake Christian “churches” too. This is why our ancestors didn’t allow women to join men’s groups in the first place.

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Girl Boy Whatever Scouts


The Cold Fury blog is just fun to read. I mean that. It is.


But of COURSE they did.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (WIAT) — The Boy Scouts of America welcomed the establishment of Troop 86 in Vulcan and Troop 219 in Helena on February 1st. But these two troops are different — no boys, all girls. The first two of their kind in Central Alabama.

Uhh, s’cuse me and all, but…isn’t “no boys, all girls” kind of…y’know…discriminatory? Sexist? Unethical? Illegal, even? Moreover: where, pray tell, is the accomodation for our newly-minted 73 Flavors Of Gender™ in all this? If a boy is biologically, genetically, and genitally male but “identifies” as a girl, will he now be allowed to join one of the all-girl troops? If not, why the hell not? Can we start calling these two “Boy Scout” troops “Girl Scouts”? And the biggest question of all: wasn’t the whole idea behind allowing girls into the Boy Scouts to do away with segregation by sex in the first place?

But no, it wasn’t. All this ever was about, really, was to sow chaos and discord, and to above all else to seize control of another venerable American institution in order to, as Iowahawk so astutely said years ago:

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Boy Scouts Is Out, BSA And Girls Are In


What’s mine is mine and what’s yours is mine.

Girls will be able to work toward Eagle Scout rank for the first time, an achievement previously reserved for Boy Scouts.

The prestigious ranking is awarded to Scouts who complete a set of rigorous requirements by their 18th birthday. It can be listed on college applications and résumés.

Because tomboy resumes.

We need moar tomboys. God help our soon to be pussywhipped sons.

Comments from local readers:

chefmark Jan 30, 2019 11:02am
I myself do note care for this ruling, If its a group of Girls that are off on there own separate from the Boy’s unless an activity or camparoo, Then they should actually be in Girl Scouts and have them change their rules, that both clubs be allowed for the jamborees and other activities and keep both clubs like they were designed to be and do things to Boost up each child by peers like themselves, Then when there older, well thats when they have ROTC, i just think there to young to mingle, but i also believe they should also have access to make a car out of wood, camping, but The clubs themselves should accommodate those things.

sodaspop Jan 29, 2019 5:37pm
I guess that since the Boy Scouts no longer teach boys how to be men it wouldn’t hurt to let the girls in.


Starting this Friday, February 1, Falmouth girls can start earning Boy Scout adges. February 1 marks the renaming of the Boy Scouts of America “Boy Scouts” program to “Scouts BSA” and the incorporation of all-girl troops.

Troop 137 in Falmouth will be part of a national wave of all-girls troops joining Scouts BSA.

They aim to offer girls the same opportunities that have been afforded to boys through the Boy Scouts program, said Diane M. Mahoney, Troop 137’s Scoutmaster.

About 15 girls have already expressed interest in the program, which serves girls from ages 11 through 17.

The girls-only troop will function like other all-male troops in Falmouth. The girls will work toward the same ranks and badges, following the same handbook.

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The Emasculation of the Boy Scouts Continues


From Focus on the Family:


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Yesterday’s announcement that the Boy Scouts of America will drop “Boy” from the name of its signature program is yet another sad development for the once storied and celebrated organization.

You’ll recall that the Boy Scouts announced in 2013 that they would be allowing openly homosexual scouts to join local troops. In 2015, they began accepting openly homosexual leaders. Since these changes, scout membership has dropped approximately ten percent. Many churches have decided to cancel sponsorship of troops.

The Boy Scouts have also announced plans to allow girls into their program.

So while this latest move in the interest of “inclusivity” reads like something of a satirical punchline, the decision to rebrand the century-old organization isn’t entirely shocking.

But it’s nevertheless sad – and exactly the opposite of what boys today need from those in positions of youth leadership.

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