Monday, August 31, 2015

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Did The Media Drive Gay Black Man Vester Flanagan To Murder Two Journalists? By Matt Forney

Yesterday, unemployed gay black journalist Vester Flanagan brutally killed two of his former colleagues at Roanoke, VA TV station WDBJduring the middle of a live broadcast before turning his gun on himself. Before he went on his rampage, Flanagan sent ABC News a manifesto in which he detailed his reasons for his crimes, namely his anger at “racism” in America and purported “homophobic” discrimination he suffered at his job:
It is unclear whose initials he is referring to. He continues, “As for Dylann Roof? You (deleted)! You want a race war (deleted)? BRING IT THEN YOU WHITE …(deleted)!!!” He said Jehovah spoke to him, telling him to act.


In his famous novel, East of Eden, John Steinbeck wrote about the life and times of Adam Trask, a Prince Mishkin-like character, who – among other misfortunes – fell in love with a sociopathic prostitute/ blackmailer/ murderer by the name of Cathy Ames, whom he had rescued after she received a thorough beating from her fat and very angry pimp.

As he tended to her wounds, Trask became so enchanted by Cathy’s beauty (and vulnerability) that he constructed a fictional image of her inside his head, essentially turning the whore into a goddess. Adam’s brother, Charles, saw through Cathy’s facade stating to his brother that “She’s no damn good, I tell you. She’s a whore.” 

Of course, Adam couldn’t see any of this, because he could only see the image of Cathy in his head, and his inability to see the actual being of flesh and blood blinded him to the dangers that his romantic delusions brought him. The irony in all this was that Charles later sleeps with Cathy, essentially cucking his own brother, and (quite possibly) fathering Cathy’s children. 

Marine Le Pen calls for end to legal immigration to France

Front National leader Marine Le Pen

French far-right leader Marine Le Pen has called for an end to all immigration to France, legal and illegal. In a speech aimed at rallying her Front National (FN) ahead of regional elections, she failed to mention her father's explusion from the party but did lay into immigrants, Islamists and President François Hollande.

"They don't tell you this but the immigration situation in France is totally out of control," Le Pen said at a meeting to mark the start of France's new political season. "My aim is clear: to stop immigration both legal and illegal."
The FN's programme officially calls for immigration to be limited to 10,000 people per year but Le Pen went further, declaring, "We need national borders for France."
Undocumented immigrants should not receive state-funded medical care and social security payments to asylum-seekers should end, she said.

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A new book answers why it’s so hard for educated women to find dates

For many women these days, it’s not “He’s just not that into you” that’s the problem. It’s that “There aren’t enough of him.”
So says Jon Birger, the author of a new book called “Date-onomics: How Dating Became a Lopsided Numbers Game.” The book, which Birger describes as “the least romantic book ever written about dating,” uses demographics, statistics, game theory and other wonky techniques to shed light on the surprising and growing gap between the number of college-educated women and the number of college-educated men.
The main idea is that women have been attending college at much higher rates than men since the 1980s, in the U.S. and in other countries around the world. That has led to a big demographic mismatch for people who want to date and marry others of the same educational level. The dating pool for college-educated people in their 30s now has five women for every four men. For people in their 20s, it's four women for every three men.
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Study delivers bleak verdict on validity of psychology experiment results

There are many reasons why an experiment might fail to replicate, but more than this, the study has highlighted some issues with academic publishing and modern science.

Of 100 studies published in top-ranking journals in 2008, 75% of social psychology experiments and half of cognitive studies failed the replication test

A major investigation into scores of claims made in psychology research journals has delivered a bleak verdict on the state of the science.
An international team of experts repeated 100 experiments published in top psychology journals and found that they could reproduce only 36% of original findings.
The study, which saw 270 scientists repeat experiments on five continents, was launched by psychologists in the US in response to rising concerns over the reliability of psychology research.
“There is no doubt that I would have loved for the effects to be more reproducible,” said Brian Nosek, a professor of psychology who led the study at the University of Virgina. “I am disappointed, in the sense that I think we can do better.”
“The key caution that an average reader should take away is any one study is not going to be the last word,” he added. “Science is a process of uncertainty reduction, and no one study is almost ever a definitive result on its own.”
All of the experiments the scientists repeated appeared in top ranking journals in 2008 and fell into two broad categories, namely cognitive and social psychology. Cognitive psychology is concerned with basic operations of the mind, and studies tend to look at areas such as perception, attention and memory. Social psychology looks at more social issues, such as self esteem, identity, prejudice and how people interact.
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Move over transgenders: Meet the transabled!

Saturday, August 29, 2015

'On Point' with Gov. Sarah Palin & Donald Trump

Forget Criminals, Police Now Fear Activists and the Media

The Black Lives Matter movement must guard against becoming an advocacy arm of gangsters and criminals. A recent pistol-whipping of a police officer in Birmingham, Alabama, occurred because police around the country are becoming too afraid to act like police. Portraying criminals as victims and the police as criminals will foster an atmosphere of lawlessness and criminality that will harm every American, particularly those hardest hit by crime.
Janard Cunningham is lucky to be alive. Pulled over by an Alabama police officer for erratic driving, Cunningham exited his vehicle during the traffic stop, aggressively approached the police officer and delivered a debilitating sucker punch to the officer’s head.
When any police officer is debilitated by a criminal’s blow to his head, it’s a life or death moment. Threatening deadly force against an attacker is perfectly reasonable. Even using deadly force to terminate the attack might be justified. But thanks to the fashionable demonization of police officers driven by activists and their enablers in the media, that’s not what happened next.
Instead, Cunningham seized the stunned officer’s firearm and pistol whipped him senseless.  The officer said he didn’t defend himself because of fear of what the media and the activists would do to him.  “A lot of officers are being too cautious because of what’s going on in the media,” the unnamed police officer told CNN. “I hesitated because I didn’t want to be in the media like I am right now. It’s hard times right now for us.”
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Morality at the Movies: “Double Indemnity” and “Chinatown”

double indemnity
The movie mogul Sam Goldwyn once rightly growled through his cigar to a screenwriter, “If you want to send a message use a telegram.”
Didacticism in storytelling is always a disaster because the audience sniffs out a sermon and switches off. They do so not because they disagree with the point of the sermon, but because they came to be entertained, not preached at. Didacticism is therefore not only a cheap trick, but an ineffective cheap trick.
A good story is not the same thing as a good sermon. A sermon explicates the truth whereas a story incarnates the truth. The moral truths locked within a story are most powerfully conveyed not when they are explained, but when the hero faces complex moral choices as the story unfolds. In the opening scenes of a successful film we begin to sympathize with the hero. Within that dynamic we prepare to go on his adventure with him, and as a result when the hero faces moral choices, we do too.
The hero has to weigh motives, circumstances, other characters’ reactions and all possible outcomes. Unforeseen events may occur, and the hero’s understanding is always constrained by his own limited knowledge and awareness—of himself, the other characters and the full range of possibilities.
It is the puzzle and thrill of moral choices that make suspense and crime movies so powerful, and movies in the film noir genre top the list.
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Why I’m a Race Realist by Hubert Collins

Safety, fear, and racial consciousness.
When others in their twenties learn of my dissident opinions on race, their reactions are often laughable.
“What do you mean? I thought you were an atheist?”
“You sure don’t look like a Republican!”
“Didn’t you say the other day that you hated Bill O’Reilly?”
As Jared Taylor has pointed out, when most people find out that you believe there are important differences between WASPs and pygmies, they immediately want to discover what other crazy things you believe. Hailing from a very blue state, people invariably want to know what I think about “the gays” and the various wars the US has embroiled itself in since my tenth birthday.
The disappointment on their faces is palpable when I tell them I voted for gay marriage when it was on the ballot in my state, and supported the repeal of “Don’t Ask Don’t Tell” and the Defense of Marriage Act. And just like them, I hate the post-9/11 wars and the PATRIOT Act, and have donated money to anti-war groups, such as
In the leftwing imagination, everything at odds with is supposed to be one big bad thing. Any disruption of this preconceived notion threatens their worldview. Your average college-educated Democrat firmly believes all people who disagree with him are illiterate and obese Mike Huckabee supporters who attend neo-Nazi gatherings. That’s what I was raised to believe, in a city where most everyone believed that, so it was a long journey for me to discover racial identity.
Like leftists who are shocked when they learn that I like Albert Camus as well as the rock band Of Montreal but am interested in forming a white ethno-state, I am shocked when I meet Identitarians who grew up in circumstances very different from my own: who went to private schools and always lived in white areas. I don’t think I would ever have ever developed a racial consciousness if I had come of age in a “whiteopia”–no matter how much Nietzsche I read in college–because my consciousness was born of direct experience.
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How Google destroyed the internet

The internet was created to resolve a simple problem: in communications networks, any central node through which all messages passed was immune to attack or takeover. Instead, engineers designed a network where any node would pass messages to other nodes, routing around any damage.
Then came commerce and the democratization of the internet. Under this model, frightened sheep flock to certain central sites that provide the services they need, and avoid everything else lest it be politically incorrect or upsetting.
Enter Google. This company made its fortune on a simple premise, which was that picking the most popular sites allowed them to rank all other sites based on whether those popular sites linked to them. Guess what this does? It eliminates the small sites. We are back to centralization.
Consider Wikipedia. When Google had trouble with its algorithm often missing the best results, it came up with a simple idea: have thousands of internet volunteers plagiarize all of those other sites onto one big site, call it The People’s Encyclopedia, and use that to generate “accurate” search results every time.
Fast-forward, and a few big sites — among them Google, Amazon, Apple, Wikipedia and Facebook — dominate most of the traffic on the internet. The days of independent thinkers putting quality information online are mostly gone, simply because 99% of the traffic will type in a search and click on the most obvious result, and go to one of those corporate-controlled sites.

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Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Henry Kissinger: ‘Breaking Russia has become objective for US’

Former U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger © Jason Lee
Former US Secretary of State Henry Kissinger has hit out at American and European Ukraine policy, saying it ignores Russia’s relationship with its neighbor, and has called for cooperation between the White House and the Kremlin on the issue.
“Breaking Russia has become an objective [for US officials] the long-range purpose should be to integrate it,” the 92-year-old told The National Interest in a lengthy interview for the policy magazine’s anniversary that touched on most of the world’s most pertinent international issues. “If we treat Russia seriously as a great power, we need at an early stage to determine whether their concerns can be reconciled with our necessities.”
The diplomat, who is most famous for serving in the Nixon administration, and controversially being awarded the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize, for negotiating the Vietnam ceasefire, accused the West of failing to recognize the historical context in which the fallout occurred between Moscow and Kiev.
“The relationship between Ukraine and Russia will always have a special character in the Russian mind. It can never be limited to a relationship of two traditional sovereign states, not from the Russian point of view, maybe not even from Ukraine’s. So, what happens in Ukraine cannot be put into a simple formula of applying principles that worked in Western Europe.”
Kissinger lays the blame for sparking the conflict at the door of the EU, which proposed a trade deal in 2013, without considering how it would alienate Moscow, and divide the Ukrainian people.
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A Tale of Two Suburbs by Steve Sailer

Two of the better movies of 2015 are weirdly similar musical biopics about bands from Los Angeles’ south suburbs. Last June’s Love & Mercy profiled Brian Wilson of the Beach Boys, who came from Hawthorne, Calif., while gangsta rappers N.W.A, who helped spread the South Central L.A. crack-dealer lifestyle nationally in the late 1980s, are lauded in the overly long but still entertaining Straight Outta Compton. Paul Giamatti even plays virtually identical roles in each movie as the crooked Jewish manager.
While the exquisite Love & Mercy topped out at $12 million in box office, Straight Outta Compton is already up to $111 million and will surpass the Johnny Cash movie I Walk the Line to become the highest-grossing musical biopic ever.
The Academy had better hope that some other Oscar candidates emerge in the fall to divert attention away from what so far looks like a battle for Best Picture between the superb white rock movie and the not-bad black rap movie.
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Nelson Mandela's grandson, 24, appears in court after being charged with raping 15-year-old girl in restaurant toilet

Nelson Mandela's grandson Mbuso (pictured in 2011) has been charged with raping a 15-year-old in a toilet in South Africa

Nelson Mandela's grandson has been charged with raping a 15-year-old in a toilet in South Africa.
Mbuso Mandela, 24, appeared at a Johannesburg court yesterday and will be held in police custody until he returns for a bail hearing on Friday, a police spokesperson said. 
He allegedly grabbed her as she entered a toilet at an unnamed restaurant in Greenside on Friday. 

The girl who was allegedly raped by Mbuso Mandela went to the restaurant with friends, South Africa's Daily Sun quoted her family's spokesman as saying.
He added: 'Apparently, she went to the toilet and he grabbed her and raped her inside one of the toilets.'
The website reported that after the alleged attack, Nelson Mandela's second wife Winnie sent a bodyguard - who posed as a police officer - to the family's home to intimidate them.
'Winnie's bodyguard went to the family pretending to be a cop,' the family spokesman continued.
'The father was told there was no need to arrest the suspect but when the father asked to see his badge, he didn't have one. It turned out he had been sent by Winnie.'

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A Blow Against Anti-White Science by Thomas Jackson

Scientist demolishes a half century of bias.
Lee Jussim, Social Perception and Social Reality: Why Accuracy Dominates Bias and Self-Fulfilling Prophecy, Oxford University Press, 2014, 404 pp., $84.00.
This is a very important book. It is an exhaustive and painstaking refutation of a set of mistaken assumptions that have dominated social science research since the 1950s, and continue to bias the thinking of most professionals in the field. It is a book for specialists–exhaustive and meticulously documented–but it systematically dismantles the illusions that helped give rise to today’s reflexive hatred of whites. The author, Lee Jussim, is chairman of the psychology department at Rutgers University, and has spent his entire professional life as a social psychologist.
Bias and stereotype
The construction of group differences begins with false, negative views people are supposed to have about certain groups. In every instance, the unspoken assumption is that these deluded “people” are white. They are the dominant majority, and use stereotypes to hold everyone else down.
The word “stereotype” was invented in 1922 by the columnist Walter Lippmann. He wrote that people are unable to understand the world in its full complexity, so they simplify in self-serving ways. It was Gordon Allport, however, who brought the concept to full flower in his 1954 book,The Nature of Prejudice. Prof. Jussim writes that Allport “characterized stereotypes as unjustifiably resistant to change and steeped in prejudice, and concluded they were a major contributor to social injustice.” Prof. Jussim adds that the book “set much of the research agenda on stereotypes and prejudice for the next 50 years and remains widely cited today.”
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Tinder and the Dawn of the “Dating Apocalypse”

As romance gets swiped from the screen, some twentysomethings aren’t liking what they see.

It’s a balmy night in Manhattan’s financial district, and at a sports bar called Stout, everyone is Tindering. The tables are filled with young women and men who’ve been chasing money and deals on Wall Street all day, and now they’re out looking for hookups. Everyone is drinking, peering into their screens and swiping on the faces of strangers they may have sex with later that evening. Or not. “Ew, this guy has Dad bod,” a young woman says of a potential match, swiping left. Her friends smirk, not looking up.
“Tinder sucks,” they say. But they don’t stop swiping.
At a booth in the back, three handsome twentysomething guys in button-downs are having beers. They are Dan, Alex, and Marty, budding investment bankers at the same financial firm, which recruited Alex and Marty straight from an Ivy League campus. (Names and some identifying details have been changed for this story.) When asked if they’ve been arranging dates on the apps they’ve been swiping at, all say not one date, but two or three: “You can’t be stuck in one lane … There’s always something better.” “If you had a reservation somewhere and then a table at Per Se opened up, you’d want to go there,” Alex offers.
“Guys view everything as a competition,” he elaborates with his deep, reassuring voice. “Who’s slept with the best, hottest girls?” With these dating apps, he says, “you’re always sort of prowling. You could talk to two or three girls at a bar and pick the best one, or you can swipe a couple hundred people a day—the sample size is so much larger. It’s setting up two or three Tinder dates a week and, chances are, sleeping with all of them, so you could rack up 100 girls you’ve slept with in a year.”

Monday, August 24, 2015

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Palmyra's Baalshamin temple 'blown up by IS'

Palmyra ruin

Islamic State militants have destroyed Palmyra's ancient Temple of Baalshamin, Syrian officials and activists say.
Syria's head of antiquities was quoted as saying the temple was blown up on Sunday. The UK -based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) reported that it happened a month ago.
IS took control of Palmyra in May, sparking fears for the site.
It is considered one of the ancient world's most important cultural centres.
The ancient city, which is a Unesco World Heritage site, is famed for its well-preserved Greco-Roman ruins, and the Baalshamin temple, built nearly 2,000 years ago, is one of the city's best-known buildings.
The Islamic State group has destroyed several ancient sites in Iraq. The militants believe any shrines or statues implying the existence of another deity are sacrilege and idolatry, and should be destroyed.

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Jewish Leaders Behind The Homosexual and Lesbian Movement

Gay Is Fine
No one cares less about Gays, Mormons, Russians, dogs, cats, or birds. It's when the Mormons, or Gays, get exploited as a voting bloc, or as the rallying cry of Hate Laws. That's when they get shown it a negative spotlight.
Take a look who is really behind the Gay agenda, and how a few despicable deceivers use the group for their own goals.


Larry Kramer
Co-founder of "Act Up," a homosexual/AIDS activist organization; co-founder of the Gay Men's Health Crisis

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South Korea’s Draft Dodging Female President Tries To Play War Using Male-Only Conscripts

According to some analysts, North and South Korea are this week closer to real war than almost any other time since 1953. American troops stationed in the South, who number more than most countries’ entire militaries, have been mobilized locally after North Korea declared a “quasi-state of war”. The two Koreas have technically been at war for 65 years, having only ever signed a truce, not a peace treaty. Yet recent developments are creating real concern in Seoul, Washington and elsewhere, especially with artillery being fired by both sides.
Seeking to bolster her “leadership credentials,” President Park Geun-hye has appeared on television with senior military commanders, dressed in combat fatigues. As the privileged daughter of South Korea’s influential dictator, General Park Chung-hee, Park owes so much to her illustrious family name. Quainter still is the image of a woman trying to command a formidable martial force of more than half a million active soldiers, the backbone of which depends on male-only conscripts.

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Kissinger’s role in gaining U.S. acceptance of Israeli nukes a case study in Zio manipulation

By Dr. Patrick Slattery – On August 20 PressTV carried an article titled “Kissinger tried to curb Israeli nukes: State Dept. documents.” The article starts by stating “The US State Department has released documents that show the administration of former president Richard Nixon had sought to curb Israel’s clandestine nuclear weapons program.” In fact, the documents were released in 2006, but they are fascinating and certainly relevent to the Iran nuclear deal in that they show the unbelievable double standard that is being applied to Iran compared to Israel.
The title of the article is also misleading, as it becomes apparent upon reading the documents that while the gentiles in the administration wanted to halt Israel’s nuclear weapons development, Kissinger (the National Security Advisor and the administration’s most high-profile Jew) actually restrained the administration from using its considerable leverage to halt the Israeli nuclear program and instead successfully championed the policy of accepting Israel as a de facto nuclear weapons state as long as it made no public declarations of its possession of nuclear weapons and allowed the United States to maintain plausible deniability of knowledge of Israeli nukes.
The PressTV article specifically quotes from a July 19, 1969 memo from Kissinger to Nixon (available here from the Nixon Library). Kissinger told Nixon that “while we might ideally like to halt actual Israeli possession, what we really want at a minimum may be just to keep Israeli possession from becoming an established international fact,”
Kissinger, as National Security Advisor, was head of a small task force made up to handle the issue of Israel’s nuclear weapons program that was made up of himself, Under Secretary of State Elliott Richardson, Deputy Secretary of Defense David Packard, CIA Director Richard Helms, and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Earle Wheeler.

Part-Time Recovery by Mort Zuckerman

MIAMI, FL - JULY 07:  People wait in line for an opportunity to apply for a job during the Miami Worldcenter construction job fair on July 7, 2015 in Miami, Florida. Miami Worldcenter is a real estate development projected that is expected to be built on 27 acres of vacant land in the center of Downtown Miami's urban core and  during phase one of the project, estimates to yield approximately 18,000 direct jobs and $1 billion in new economic impact, according to a study released by Miami Worldcenter.  (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

The American economy remains weak. Growth is at the lowest level in more than three decades. We created 54,000 fewer jobs in April and May than originally estimated, and the 215,000 jobs in July did not change the picture of a weakening jobs market. Wages have been rising at the slowest pace since the 1980s.

In the first quarter of this year, the Financial Times reports that wages and salaries for U.S. workers had the smallest quarterly gain since 1982. Current numbers show a mere 0.2 percent rise in employment costs, or wages, against the 0.6 percent that the financial world expected. This is the weakest recovery since World War II and much of it has not yet benefited a significant percentage of Americans.

Yes, we have created 11.5 million jobs as of June during the last five years of labor force expansion, but the number of full-time jobs today is 0.7 percent, or 822,000, lower than it was at the pre-recession peak and that was eight years ago. What we have seen within these numbers is a dramatic and unexpected increase in part-time jobs. We are living with a dismaying regression in wages and salaries growing at the slowest pace in three decades.

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Should Roosh's Books Be Burned?

Saturday, August 22, 2015

Germany: Police Battle Patriots than the Invading Masses

The Secret to Donald Trump's Massive Rise in the Polls

The punditry’s reaction to Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has come in three phases.
The first was annoyed indifference, accompanied by invocations of the Manny Ramirez Defense that this was “just Trump being Trump.” Most assumed the mouthy magnate was looking for a boutique issue to exploit so he could make a brief publicity splash and get out of the race, like he did with President Obama’s birth certificate in 2011. Responses were either blisteringly vitriolic or casually dismissive.
The second was anguished alarm, as Trump’s poll numbers surged and it became apparent that his candidacy was no hour-long reality show. Suddenly the Republican frontrunner was a former liberal Democrat whose chief conservative qualification was a tendency to spout politically incorrect platitudes. But how could someone so vacuous win the nomination? How could cheap insults substitute for policy? These questions occupied the commentariat for weeks, particularly after Trump’s spectacularly substance-free debate performance earlier this month.
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What Kind of Liberalism Won the Culture Wars?

The left-wing iconoclast Fredrik de Boer has a piece in the Observer contesting the conventional wisdom that social liberalism has won the culture wars in America. Citing the public’s widespread sense of amusement or indifference toward the hacking of Ashley Madison (a dating site for adults looking to have affairs whose users’ identities were exposed), de Boer argues that the culture remains overly moralistic and judgmental. He concedes that social conservatism is in decline, but doesn’t like what’s taking its place:
That social conservatism has lost seems inarguable… And yet I can’t help but feel that social liberalism hasn’t exactly won, either. Once, a central pillar of progressive attitudes towards love and sex was the right to be left alone, the right to have privacy, the right to undertake adult behaviors that others might not agree with but which nevertheless must remain permissible. That version of social liberalism—the one associated with tolerance and personal freedom—seems almost as dead as the religious traditionalism that we’re so eager to discard.
De Boer is clearly on to something here. The type of cultural politics currently ascendant on the left is not just about “the right to be left alone” when it comes to sex and romance. It’s far more complicated—and internally contradictory—than that. The new social liberalism is “at once radical and profoundly conservative”—a distinctive mix of cultural libertarianism on the one hand and cultural Victorianism on the other.
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Sponsored Post: The Feast of St. Cuckold

This post will be the first part of a two-parter sponsored by ZJ, a reader who asked me to write a review of John C. Wright’s recent novel The Book of Feasts and Seasons. Wright is, as I am, an observant Catholic, and this work, an anthology of science fiction tales based on the Catholic liturgical calendar, is precisely the sort of thing to which I am by nature likely to be favorably disposed. Wright is also an avowed conservative whose views have run afoul of the Social Justice Warrior left, and to his credit he has stood firmly by those views despite their signature attempts to destroy or make grovel anyone who dares to not think as they do.
That, however, does not prevent him from being something of a “cuckservative”, and sadly I must report that the first chapter of his work is in fact so deeply cuckservative in its content that I felt the need to write a separate review of it all by itself. (Do not fear, dear sponsor – a review of the full work is still forthcoming).
The chapter, entitled “The Queen of the Tyrant Lizards”, is set in the deep south during what appears to be the 1950s or early 1960s (if you can already see where this is headed, congratulations – you’ve recognized the pattern flowing through virtually every piece of media that has been produced in the United States during the last sixty years). It is narrated firsthand by Sorainya, a white female (much is made of this, and early on) interdimensional time traveler who has come from a distant future to settle in mid-20th century America, apparently (no, I’m not making this up) because she lost her ID and it’s easier to live one’s life in time-exile than to go down to the interdimensional DMV and get a replacement. (This actually does make some sense – as everyone well knows, the DMV is a zone outside of normal physical laws, where time inevitably slows to a near stop. It seems that not even a time traveler with advanced future technology can overcome that.) Having arrived at her destination time-wise, she settles in an unnamed town that appears to be some manner of stand-in for Selma or Montgomery, Alabama. With apologies to my southern friends, I must admit to being rather baffled by this choice of physical locations to accompany her choice of temporal location. If someone with a time machine gave me a one-way ticket to, say, 1959, I would, once arrived, quickly make my way to Mad Men-era New York, or to Los Angeles during the Golden Age of Hollywood, or to Cape Canaveral to witness the early days of the Space Race firsthand. Selma would not rank high on my list of places to live in (then or now).
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Wednesday, August 19, 2015

Roosh V: Interview with Ezra Levant of

My analysis of the Dr. Duke VS Alex Jones debate.

David Duke Debates Alex Jones (8-18-15)

The Church In Putin's Eyes

Stumbling Upon a Worthy Cause by Steve Sailer

This weekend, Donald Trump posted a short position paper on immigration policy that begins with this blast of patriotic common sense:
When politicians talk about “immigration reform” they mean: amnesty, cheap labor and open borders. The Schumer-Rubio immigration bill was nothing more than a giveaway to the corporate patrons who run both parties.
Real immigration reform puts the needs of working people first—not wealthy globetrotting donors. We are the only country in the world whose immigration system puts the needs of other nations ahead of our own. That must change.
In response, the mainstream media have mostly been sniping at the details of Trump’s mechanisms, rather than trying to dispute (or even mention) the winning hand he’s holding when it comes to fundamental principles:
1. A nation without borders is not a nation. There must be a wall across the southern border.
2. A nation without laws is not a nation. Laws passed in accordance with our Constitutional system of government must be enforced.
3. A nation that does not serve its own citizens is not a nation. Any immigration plan must improve jobs, wages and security for all Americans.
What’s behind Trump’s sudden rise to Public Enemy No. 1 of the Establishment? They tried bankrupting him over his immigration skepticism in June (even the golf tour cut business ties with Trump), and tried blacklisting him in July for not being reverent toward John McCain. But now, in August, Trump is doubling down on the issue he seemingly stumbled upon: immigration.
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The Russian Media Is Talking About What Is Coming In September
Why does the Russian media seem to be far more on the ball than the mainstream media in the United States much of the time?
Could it be possible that Russian reporters have more freedom to talk about important issues than reporters that work for the major corporate conglomerates in the United States do?  Of course the Russian media is far from perfect.  They put out pro-Russian propaganda just like the U.S. media puts out pro-American propaganda.  But I must admit that I often find that Russian news sources are willing to tackle controversial issues that the mainstream media in the United States would not touch with a ten foot pole.  This includes the critical events that are coming up this September.
Even after everything that has been said and written in the alternative media about what is going to happen during September, most Americans are still completely ignorant about the history changing events that are going to take place next month.
First of all, the most important template for global governance that the United Nations has ever dreamed up is going to be launched at a major conference from September 25th to September 27th.  The launching of this “new universal agenda” is such an important event that the Pope is going to be traveling to New York City to give the address that will kick off this conference.  This new plan is known as “the 2030 Agenda“, and it is being called “Agenda 21 on steroids”.  This is one of the most significant steps toward global government in the history of the world, and yet the mainstream media in the United States is saying virtually nothing about it.
Secondly, we also know that a major push for the establishment of a Palestinian state is being planned for September.  It has been widely reported by the international media that France plans to submit a UN Security Council resolution which would formally recognize a Palestinian state for the first time ever.  This is one of the most critical moments in the modern history of the Middle East, and yet the mainstream media in the United States is saying virtually nothing about it.

STRAIGHT OUTTA COMPTON Symbolizes America’s New, Anti-White Cultural Establishment by PAUL KERSEY

If, as poet Percy Shelley wrote, “poets are the unacknowledged legislators of the world,” America is in a lot of trouble. To understand where our country is headed, look no further than the artists that contemporary culture celebrates, such as N.W.A., the rap group featured in the new film Straight Outta Compton.
The movie was released in theaters last night with increased security outside theaters [LA Police Beef Up Patrols Around Theaters Ahead of ‘Straight Outta Compton’ Debutby Matt Donnelly and Anita Bennett,The Wrap, August 13, 2015].
Of course, this is being denounced as you-know-what [Racism Is As Racism Does: Increased Security At Theaters Showing ‘Straight Outta Compton,’ by Kovie Biakola, Atlanta Daily World, August 15 2015]. And of course it’s not without good reason: in 1991, when the movie Boyz N the Hood opened in more than 800 theaters nationwide, there were more than 25 violent incidents [Boyz’ film opens to violenceby Scott Harris and Jim Herron Zamora, Los Angeles Times, July 14, 1991]. This lead to a famous article in Ebony bemoaning the constant shootings and fights at black-oriented films [What’s Behind the Black-on-Black Violence at Movie Theaters? by Aldore Collier, Ebony, October 1991].
At its height, N.W.A. (Niggas Wit Attitudes) were considered social lepers peddling a dangerous form of protest music that skirted the lines of legality [Compton Rappers Versus the Letter of the Law : FBI Claims Song by N.W.A. Advocates Violence on Police, by Steve Hochman, Los Angeles Times, October 5, 1989].
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