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  • By: Vincent van den Born
  • Are you in the mood to shallowly support NATO? Want to show that, like only five out of 27 member states, you’re all for spending 2% of GDP on defence? Feel compelled to change your FB profile in response to terrible things happening, like an American president pointing out the lack of defence spending among NATO members? Well, have we got news for you! You can now use a NATO filter! It even comes with instruction, so you, like NATO, can be hip and happening on social media. Oh, and next time, at least make it look like you tried by adding some feel good tune. Djeez.
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  • By: Timon Dias
  • Yeah, we’re not actually sure what to say, so how about we just don’t say anything and just gaze back. But you know, life can be tough and lonely and if god’s gift to mankind helps you alleviate the pain, knock yourself out man. At least you’d be able to say you have something in common with Naomi Campbell, which might otherwise be pretty hard.

    Needless to say, the scientific community is not convinced, but Braco’s bank account has yet to complain. 

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  • By: Robert Ossenblok
  • In a sudden wave of gender neutral ‘awareness’ flooding the Western European continent, the Dutch National Railway Company (NS) is next in line to chip in. The company will no longer begin announcements in their trains and on stations with the old-fashioned “Ladies and gentlemen”, but will instead to use the phrase “Dear travellers”.

    The announcement came last week after the London Tube and the city of Amsterdam announced similar measures to be more inclusive and accommodate those that do not identify as either male or female.

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  • By: Vincent van den Born
  • The Amsterdam municipality has made a new step on the road to becoming ‘gender neutral’. Civil servants are asked to no longer use the words ‘dear ladies and gentlemen’ at the start of speeches. The municipality doesn’t want to exclude people who do not feel either man or woman. This extends to the salutation above letters. The municipality wants to get rid of ‘dear sir/madam’ in favour of ‘dear people’, ‘dear attendees’, ‘dear people from Amsterdam’, or for example ‘dear inhabitant of the Spaarndam-neighbourhood’. The municipality has drafted a guideline so that civil servants can “talk and write about sexual- and gender-identity in a respectful manner.”
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  • By: Wolf
  • “We interview all the women and check why they are there and whether they want to be there. Generally, we have no power to make them leave the situation they are in but we can use various methods to remove women if needs be, but it is difficult. Some are brainwashed to not to talk to the police or any other authority.”
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  • By: Robert Ossenblok
  • TfL chief Customer Strategy, Mark Evers, said that they want:

    “Everyone to feel welcome on our transport network. We have reviewed the language that we use in announcements and elsewhere and will make sure that it is fully inclusive, reflecting the great diversity of London.”

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  • By: Vincent van den Born
  • Dutch newspaper Algemeen Dagblad reports on prison wardens warning for chaos in prison related to a new experiment that hands prisoners the keys to their own cells. The wardens fear that prisoners can continue their criminal dealings within the prison walls.
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  • By: Timon Dias
  • Alright, so that just happened. Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling blamed former UKIP-chief Nigel Farage for the terrorist attack on Finsbury Park mosque. Luckily for Farage, he’s a lad-emperor who knows how to respond to this sort of madness.
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    Check this out and count your blessings for Western workplace regulations

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