Sunday, July 22, 2018

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Julian Assange Prosecution Threatens Everyone's Press Freedom

It’s All Fake: Reality TV That Masquerades as American Politics

By John W. Whitehead
July 16, 2018
Big Brother does not watch us, by his choice. We watch him, by ours…. When a population becomes distracted by trivia, when cultural life is redefined as a perpetual round of entertainments, when serious public conversation becomes a form of baby-talk, when, in short, a people become an audience, and their public business a vaudeville act, then a nation finds itself at risk; culture-death is a clear possibility.”— Professor Neil Postman
Americans have a voracious appetite for TV entertainment, and the Trump reality show—guest starring outraged Democrats, power-hungry Republicans, and a hodgepodge of other special interest groups with dubious motives—feeds that appetite for titillating, soap opera drama.
After all, who needs the insults, narcissism and power plays that are hallmarks of reality shows when you can have all that and more delivered up by the likes of Donald Trump and his cohorts?
Trump is inclined to denounce any news agencies and reports that paint him in a less than favorable light as “fake news,” which leaves only the Fox News channel to carry the president’s torch for media integrity.
Yet as John Lennon reminds us, “nothing is real,” especially not in the world of politics.
In other words, it’s all fake, i.e. manufactured, i.e. manipulated to distort reality.
Much like the fabricated universe in Peter Weir’s 1998 film The Truman Show, in which a man’s life is the basis for an elaborately staged television show aimed at selling products and procuring ratings, the political scene in the United States has devolved over the years into a carefully calibrated exercise in how to manipulate, polarize, propagandize and control a population.
Likewise, “The Trump Show” keeps the citizenry distracted, diverted and divided.
This is the magic of the reality TV programming that passes for politics today.
As long as we are distracted, entertained, occasionally outraged, always polarized but largely uninvolved and content to remain in the viewer’s seat, we’ll never manage to present a unified front against tyranny (or government corruption and ineptitude) in any form.
The more that is beamed at us, the more inclined we are to settle back in our comfy recliners and become passive viewers rather than active participants as unsettling, frightening events unfold.
Reality and fiction merge as everything around us becomes entertainment fodder.
We don’t even have to change the channel when the subject matter becomes too monotonous. That’s taken care of for us by the programmers (the corporate media).
“Living is easy with eyes closed,” says Lennon, and that’s exactly what reality TV that masquerades as American politics programs the citizenry to do: navigate the world with their eyes shut.
As long as we’re viewers, we’ll never be doers.
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Romantic love is part obsession, part reality — and part madness by DAVID MCELROY

I never understood obsession until I experienced romantic love.
They tell us obsession is unhealthy when it comes to love, but I’ve never experienced love without a large dose of obsession along the way. Maybe it’s different for some people. I can’t say. But I know my patterns and I know what I see from everyone I know.
Some form of obsession — at least in the beginning or the end of a love — seems close to universal, but it’s strongly heightened for those of us who feel emotions very deeply.
I’m thinking about this tonight because of a conversation I had with a friend who went through a painful breakup six months or so ago. My friend knows she did the right thing to end the relationship, but she can’t quit wanting the guy and obsessing over him. She even tried to date someone else for a couple of months, but she was just going through the motions.
When she allows herself to talk with this dysfunctional and manipulative man, she is angry and hurt. But when she cuts him off completely, she’s so depressed she wants to die. She knows her obsession is unhealthy for her — but she can’t seem to get past it.
For many years, I’ve grappled with the light and dark sides of love. I’ve tried to understand it and I’ve tried to figure out how to love in emotionally healthy ways. Every time I think I have it figured out, I’m confronted by the reality that romantic love is a far more powerful force than I can understand or control.
Love is like a fierce and powerful storm that pulls me toward it with its power and potential for good and beauty — but it’s something that can destroy me, too.
I’ve seen love do terrible damage to me when I can’t have it. Some people would play semantic games by saying it shouldn’t be called love when it can cause that kind of damage, but I think romantic love truly brings out both the best and the worst in human beings.
Love can make us giving and loyal and self-sacrificing. Love can make us willing to give anything we have — even our lives — to make someone else happy and safe. Love can make us capable of feats we didn’t know we could achieve in order to take care of someone we love.
But love can also make us obsessive and scared and jealous. Love can make us willing to throw away our values — sacrifice everything we are — in order to have what we believe we need. Love can make us capable of turning into monsters who are capable of destroying — even capable of destroying ourselves.
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The eclipse of listening by Roger Scruton

Image result for The eclipse of listening by Roger Scruton The third in a series on “The future of the European past.”

Music exists in every human society. In its primary forms of dance, march, and collective song, it is a participatory activity whose purpose is often religious or bellicose. The throbbing drum of the war dance is the spirit of the tribe, in which the warrior loses his identity so as to become one with the collective will. The hymn is the collective voice of the congregation as it communes with its god.
In Western civilization, music of a quite different kind has gradually pushed the old participatory forms to one side. Our musical culture depends on a radical divide between performer and listener. For us the act of listening takes place in silence, often in the hushed and reverential atmosphere of a concert hall. To sing, hum, gesticulate, or tap your feet in time is not just bad manners. It is a violation of the sacred ritual, which merits nothing less than expulsion from the divine presence into the cacophonous street outside.
Cultural historians have begun to ask themselves when this momentous transition from a participatory to a listening culture occurred. As James Johnson shows in Listening in Paris(1995), his brilliant examination of the growth of opera as a spectacle in eighteenth-century France, it was only by degrees that audiences learned to fall silent. The rise of the instrumental “concert” in the late Renaissance, and the very names of “sonata” and “symphony,” suggest a gradual dawning of the new conception of music as sound that deserves attention for its own sake alone. Shakespeare’s many beautiful invocations of the power of music suggest the wonder with which music was received by a man who had newly learned to put day-to-day interests aside, in order to listen.
The culture of listening has not been confined to Western civilization. We find parallels in India, Bali, and China. But an additional factor has enriched our musical experience. This is the discovery of tonality as a device for uniting the melodic and harmonic potential of every musical element. I call this a discovery, not just because it arose only in some parts of the world, but more importantly because, wherever it arose, it brought about an irreversible change in the way music was conceived. Before the arrival of tonality, music is confined to monodic melody, supported by rhythmic movement. There is no doubt that the monodic forms of music may achieve the greatest subtlety and invention—witness Gregorian chant and the Indian raga. But tonality brings with it a third dimension of development, so that music loses its free and improvisatory character—the character of linear movement—and finds itself bound by the laws of harmonic succession. Voices can now be combined, and the harmonic sequences that emerge from this have a logic of their own, constraining and constrained by the melodic line.
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Devastation and Denial: Cambodia and the Academic Left written by Matthew Blackwell

Looking out across the yellow-washed angular buildings that clutter the inner city of Phnom Penh in 2016, hindsight fills me with anxiety. Imagining myself here in 1975, I recall the jubilant and cheering crowds in the spring of that year who weren’t privy to that hindsight as they welcomed Khmer Rouge communists into Cambodia’s capital city after months of siege.
On the morning of 17 April, word had arrived that the Khmer Rouge had captured the government’s last beleaguered military stronghold on the outskirts of the city. Prime Minister Long Boret could hardly believe the news. He demanded to be driven to the riverside to see it with his own eyes. By the time he arrived, order had already collapsed in the streets and men wearing the black shirts of the Khmer Rouge surrounded his small entourage and demanded his guards put down their guns. Managing to slip away in the chaos, Boret reported back to his cabinet at the Defence Ministry that the enemy was already in the streets. The rush then began to evacuate senior government members from the country on any government helicopters still available amidst the anarchy. Had he taken action, Boret might have escaped with his wife and children on a helicopter reserved for him, but he delayed, trying to find a helicopter with enough space for his extended family.
The head of state, President Lon Nol, had already fled two weeks earlier, but as head of the government, Boret had stayed behind in those last weeks to try to work through a peace agreement with the revolutionaries. That delay, and his attempt to find a helicopter, proved fatal. As columns of revolutionary soldiers made their way down Phnom Penh’s streets, it dawned on the Prime Minister that there were now no helicopters left at all. The last Western journalists to take refuge in the French Embassy remember seeing Boret standing outside in the street with puffy red eyes and trembling legs. They shook his hand and thanked him for staying in the capital in those last few weeks when others had fled. Staring at the ground, he tried to mumble an incoherent sentence but found himself unable to speak. He knew he’d be dead by the end of the day.
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Addiction to a Pretty Face

Image result for Addiction to a Pretty Face He not only considered it trivial to commit the sins of Jeroboam son of Nebat, but he also married Jezebel daughter of Ethbaal king of the Sidonians, and began to serve Baal and worship him. -- 1 Kings 16:31
He not only considered it trivial to commit the sins of Jeroboam son of Nebat, but he also married Jezebel daughter of Ethbaal king of the Sidonians, and began to serve Baal and worship him. 
-- 1 Kings 16:31
The American Left has long anointed the Republicans as the “stupid party.” Traditionally, this conclusion can be blamed on the usual smarm of the over-educated and the typical urbanite attitude towards blue-collar and rural workers. However, there is a very deep-seated stupidity living rent-free inside the brains of “normie” cons—the stupidity of anointing beautiful Jezebels as their mouthpieces.
Now, there is nothing wrong with beauty. Western men have gone to war over beauty, and the entirety of our tradition has beauty next to divinity at its core. However, beauty without substance, or beauty riddled with blasphemy is not beauty at all. The latter conditions are endemic on the center-right in the United States.
Only a few names can be excluded: Ann Coulter, who despite her libertine lifestyle, is one the few voices in America who says sensible things about immigration, the American nation and its founding stock, and the goals of the Democrats; Michelle Malkin, a lovely Filipina Christian who is married and has two kids and who stands by her calls for internment camps for Muslims in America,; France’s Marion Marechal-Le Pen, a married Catholic woman who managed to woo the cucks by declaring that France has a natural and inseparable connection to Rome. These women are outliers.
Far more common on the American “Right” are vapid Barbie dolls like Tomi Lahren. The blond Fox News commentator, who used to be a blond commentator for Glenn Beck’s The Blaze, has repeatedly taken up her righteous stand for baby murder. This stance has earned her praise from some left-wing outlets, but that is about it.
Lahren has been open about her pro-murder position for quite some time. She lost her job at The Blaze because of it, then she went on The View and sang her song to those anti-Christian, anti-American wretches. Lahren opened up the usual canard about how conservatism is all about choice, and how no government can tell her what to do with her body. It is a libertarian thing, you see, even despite the massive amount of funding that Planned Parenthood gets from our tax dollars.
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Friday, July 20, 2018

American Scholars Say The Real Threat To The U.S. Is Russophobia (HBO)

Russia makes MASSIVE progress on its ‘super-weapons’

Avangard hypersonic glide vehicle moves into serial production, nuclear-engine powered cruise missile tests continue, and more as Russia continues to outdo all Western military tech

On July 19th and 20th, The Russian Defense Ministry announced several milestones of progress in its advanced weapons systems programs. These programs were revealed to the world in March of this year, when Russian President Vladimir Putin gave the State of the Russian Federation speech.

While at first the Western onlookers did not believe the amazing announcements of hypersonic weapons and nuclear-powered cruise missiles with unlimited range, subsequent releases and concurrent observation by the American military experts has shown these developments to be as real as Mr. Putin claimed they are.

Squadrons of MiG-31 fighter jets armed with Kinzhal hypersonic missiles should enter combat duty in the Black Sea region and at other Russian fleets and flotillas, said Russian military expert Viktor Murakhovsky, the editor-in-chief of the Arsenal Otechestva magazine.
Besides, a squadron (between 12 and 16 aircraft) of MiG-31 fighter jets armed with Kinzhal hypersonic missiles entered combat duty in the Caspian Sea region in April.
“I think at least one squadron of those complexes should be deployed at any fleet, in other words – at all regions where we have fleets and flotillas. We need to deploy them in the regions of the Black Sea, the Baltic Sea, the Northern Fleet. The Pacific region also should not be forgotten,” Murakhovsky said.
He said that such systems can become a “good instrument” against not only vessels equipped with high-precision weapons, but also for countering carrier attack groups.
“We know how expensive a carrier attack group can be. By employing this asymmetric method, which is unbelievably cheap in comparison with building a carrier attack group, we can neutralize this threat almost completely,” the expert said.
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Google Rigs Its Algorithms To Show Trump When Searching Word ‘Idiot’

Paul Ryan Battles "Racism," Promotes Cuckservative Values

The biggest danger facing our coming utopia of open borders, eroding rule of law, soulless materialism, spiritual poison and demographic disaster is the vile evil of "nationalism" and "racism," or, if you prefer, what every sane White person used to believe before the disastrous jewish century. If we're going to have our strident kosher bazaar, you'd better stop caring about your race, your family or your nation and start stepping aside for your replacements, namely the mindless brown slaves promised by the talmud. If you're still not convinced, here's the biggest cuck and useful idiot in Washington to explain why may-hee-can and moose-limb invasion, total negro savagery and jewish usury actually represent the founding vision of American. It sure wasn't race and soil, that's for sure.

Conservatives should "fight back" against the alt-right and white nationalists, and do a better job reclaiming classic terms to stamp out identity politics, House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said on Thursday.

All politics are identity politics. Muh principles just means you're going to lose on purpose while profiting from your craven weakness. Paul Ryan is a traitor to everything that has value, a puppet for the kosher enemy and a true piece of human garbage. "I'm colorblind!" declares the proud conservative as the brown horde devours his ancestral homeland and he's declared a "hater" for not properly acknowledging the inherent evil of Whites and nobility of the faceless, shit-colored metastasis. At least tell me you're getting some crumbs that fall off the chosenite plate for this sickening betrayal, you dog.

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‘Nothing changed with this law’ — Israeli Palestinians respond to ‘Nation-state of Jewish people’ law Israel/Palestine by Yumna Patel

As the international community expressed shock over Israel’s declaration that its Jewish citizens hold the “exclusive right to national self-determination” in the state, some 20% of the population saw only an affirmation of an already bleak reality.
“I think the bill has only officialized what has already been a kind of unofficial policy of discrimination by the state of Israel towards its Palestinian minority,” 24-year-old Amran Abu Houf, a Palestinian citizen of Israel from the northern Galilee region, told Mondoweiss.
“So, I’m not really shocked that it passed,” he said.
Abu Houf, an activist with Mossawa, a Palestinian advocacy NGO inside Israel, is one of more than 1.6 million Palestinian citizens of Israel.
For him, and many others like him, the nation-state bill did not bring anything new to the table.
“In my experience, nothing really changed with this law. The discrimination has always been evident since the inception of the state,” Abu Houf said.
Some Palestinians, like university student Mohammed Khalaf, 25, called on Palestinian politicians in the Israeli parliament to boycott work in protest.
“This nation-state law is the most dangerous law in years, its saying that Arabs have no say in what happens in this country,” Khalaf told Mondoweiss.
“The least we can do is refuse to participate in the very system that seeks to deny us our basic human rights,” he said.
As Palestinian leaders, rights groups, and international officials came out in condemnation of the law, saying it would pave the way for the discrimination of Palestinian citizens of Israel, Abu Houf and Khalaf are among the majority who say that the groundwork for a full apartheid state was laid down long ago.
For them, the “only democracy in the Middle East,” was never a democracy to begin with.
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Jews Promoting Anti-Semitism

In an interview with Recode, Facebook CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, said that Facebook will not automatically remove posts denying the Jewish Holocaust. Zuckerberg, who is Jewish, said that "people get [things] wrong" and that he doesn't think they are "intentionally getting it wrong." He then stated in a post-interview email that he personally finds Holocaust denial "deeply offensive" and that he "absolutely didn't intend to defend the intent of people who deny that [i.e., the Jewish Holocaust]".

On the face of it, Mark Zuckerberg seems mentally challenged on the issue. If people who deny the Holocaust are simply misinformed, as Zuckerberg appears to assume, then that is a matter for error correction, not deep offense. If on the other hand, Zuckerberg finds, as he claims, that Holocaust denial is "deeply offensive" that can logically only mean that he assumes the denial is inspired by anti-Semitism not a commitment to historical truth.

What we see, then, is a Jew running what is the World's most wide-reaching media corporation facilitating the spread of anti-Semitism, in the pretense that it is not anti-Semitism, while simultaneously holding that it is deeply offensive because, well, it is obviously anti-Semitism.

If this were the position adopted by just a single Jew, notwithstanding his enormous influence in the media world, one might dismiss it as some kind of unfortunate muddle-headedness. But action by Jews that promote anti-Semitism is remarkably common. For example, Ron Unz, a multi-millionaire California Jew with political ambitions recently published an extraordinary article in his own so-called Web-Zine, the Unz Review, in which he lends credence to the age-old anti-Semitic claim that Jews engage in ritual sacrifice of Christian babies, and suggests that Jews pay little attention to the Torah, and may more often pray to the Devil than to God.

To acknowledge the possibility that Jews may have engaged in the sacrificial murder of Christian babies, and even drunk their blood, or that some Jews may pray to Satan is one thing. But to do so in a manner as to suggest that the typical American Jew is a blood-thirsty, Devil-worshipping, Holocaust-faker is simply preposterous. However, it serves very effectively to make the the Unz Review comment section a magnet for anti-Semites and hence a site for the propagation of anti-Semitism.

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Message To Trump: Pass Law Against Censorship & Political Discrimination

Tucker: The main reason Trump's Russia critics hate him

Foreshock: The Alt-Right Introduces Itself by F. ROGER DEVLIN

Six months ago, I reviewed Prof. George Hawley’s Making Sense of the Alt-Right for Although a conscientious scholar, the author had proven unable (I concluded) to understand his subject matter “from the inside.” This is a nearly inevitable weakness of political studies by outsiders; anyone who wants to understand a political movement mustturn to its own leading thinkers for unfiltered information about it.
Somewhat belatedly, perhaps, Arktos Media is giving the public the inside scoop on the Alt-Right with its new multi-author volume A Fair Hearing: The Alt-Right in the Words of its Members and Leaders, edited by George T. Shaw. Contributors include Jared Taylor,Richard Spencer, Kevin MacDonald, and many others.
The expression “Alt-Right” is widely understood to refer to a movement not much older than Donald Trump’s announcement of his candidacy in June, 2015, and which may already have passed its peak (or, as has argued, been mugged). Opponents, at any rate, have been pouring out articles celebrating the Alt-Right’s demise since March (see examples here and here ). Moreover, Donald Trump has been elected, so smearing him with the Alt-Right is no longer useful. Prof. Hawley reports that he has stopped lecturing on the subject due to flagging public interest.
But such facile dismissals mistake the daily headlines for reality. Of course cartoon frog memes are going to pass out of fashion eventually, and not every public demonstration can be bigger than all those that preceded it. This does not mean that the cause for which the Alt-Right fights has been defeated. Nor did that cause begin with Donald Trump: one contributor to A Fair Hearing, Atlanta attorney Sam Dickson,has been active on its behalf since the 1960s. The flurry of highly visible activity during the past two or three years is merely the latest round in a long struggle. I expect future historians will look back on it as a foreshock of far more important events.
The Alt-Right is a response to two fundamental components of Cultural Marxism (“liberalism”): 1) the denial of human racial and sexual differences, and 2) the denigration of European-derived peoples specifically. (The second component may logically contradict the first, but that has never bothered Cultural Marxists.)
Accordingly, the Alt-Right has two central concerns: 1) to insist that human differences both exist and have important consequences for how human societies should be organized and governed; and 2) to assert the legitimate interests of European-derived (“white”) people. All nineteen essays in A Fair Hearing relate in some way to these concerns.
Gregory Hood opens the collection with “The New Kulaks: Whites as an Enemy Class,” which develops some of the important analogies between American Cultural Marxism and its predecessor, Soviet Marxism. At the heart of all Marxist thought is a division of society into classes, and the demonization of one of these as “reactionary”—in effect, as the embodiment of evil. Marx’s demon-class was the “bourgeoisie,” but Russia barely had any such class, being still overwhelmingly a peasant country. So Soviet communists focused their wrath on the harder-working and more foresighted—and therefore economically successful—peasants, whom they labelled “kulaks.” They falsely claimed such peasants’ modest prosperity had been achieved through exploiting their less successful neighbors. As the late Soviet historian Richard Pipes has written, Communist demonization of “kulaks” was entirely comparable in intensity to the Nazi’s better-known demonization of Jews. After years of hateful public scapegoating, those peasants the regime chose (often arbitrarily) to designate “kulaks” were either shot or shipped off to the Gulag.
The analogy with today’s Cultural Marxist doctrine of “white privilege” is nearly perfect. Whites are said to have succeeded not through any efforts or capabilities of their own, but only by committing injustice towards others. The underlying reality is naked resentment by less competent people of whites’ (relative) success itself. It should be obvious that if nothing is done to counter this festering resentment, it can only end as did the scapegoating of so-called kulaks: in the outright physical persecution of whites.

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Thursday, July 19, 2018

Russiagate: A CIA Concocted Hoax By Stephen Lendman

July 18, 2018 "Information Clearing House-  No Russian interference in America’s political process occurred in 2016, earlier, or is being cooked up for the nation’s November midterm elections.

Trump knows it and said so in Helsinki. When asked if he holds Russia accountable for anything, he said:

“I hold both countries responsible (for dismal bilateral relations). I think that the United States has been foolish. I think we’ve all been foolish…And I think we’re all to blame.”

Regarding election meddling, he said: “There was no collusion at all. Everybody knows it. And people are being brought out to the fore. So far that I know, virtually none of it related to the campaign. And they’re going to have to try really hard to find somebody that did relate to the campaign.”

“My people came to me and some others…(T)hey think it’s Russia…President Putin…said it’s not Russia. I will say this: I dont see any reason why it would be.”

“…President Putin was extremely strong and powerful in his denial today.”

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Women's Inhumanity to Women

In our #MeToo age misogyny is alive and well. But then, there’s misogyny and there’s misogyny. There’s the misogyny that patriarchal males, especially leftist media stars, visit on young women. And then there’s the misogyny that young women inflict on themselves.

About the latter, we have read very little. It is stealth misogyny. It is practiced by women in their everyday lives. Its rules and parameters are passed around in Instagram sites. It encourages what is called “clean food,” food that is supposedly healthy and wholesome. It is supposed to cleanse the female body and to sculpt it into aesthetic perfection. In truth,Eve Simmons explains in an article in the Sun, it produces eating disorders, especially anorexia.

So, we have the most liberated generation of women in human history. They have fought long and hard for liberation. They are free to do as they please when they please with whom they please. And yet, how does it happen that they are obsessed about their weight? How does it happen that they are so vigilant, even obsessively, about what they allow into their bodies? Why might it be that young women who think nothing about hooking up with strangers are harming their bodies by restricting themselves to eating clean food?

Eve Simmons explains how it happened to her. She was working in the girly world of fashion magazines, where no man ever dares to tread. What do the girls talk about when they are alone, when they do not have to attract the dread male gaze?

You guessed it: clean food… that is, fad diets:

I was 23 when I became obsessed with eating “healthy” foods and calorie counting, which eventually led to a diagnosis of anorexia.

I’d never been worried about my body before, but when I got my first job at a fashion magazine I became increasingly aware of how slim all the women around me were – and how little they ate.

Chatter in the office was all centered around food, with my peers constantly discussing their weight, diets and “clean eating” recipes.

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Croatia is the real World Cup Winner

It is still a nation.
In 2018, a team of six white Frenchmen and 17 non-whites won the World Cup, defeating an all-white Croatian team 4-2. The French non-whites were mostly African immigrants from the former colonies, and seven were practicing Muslims.
In 2014, an almost entirely white German team won the World Cup. In 2010, an all-white Spanish team won the World Cup. In 2006, an all-white Italian team won the cup (defeating a multiracial French team in the final). This means that of the past four winners, only this year’s French team reflected the multi-culti zeitgeist, but the racial cheerleading started immediately.
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If there is any single event in human history that leftists worship, it is the communist Russian Revolution. They idealize it as some sort of glorious triumph of the common man over the establishment, bringing equality to all. What they do not realize is how foolish that perception truly is. The Russian Revolution was a brutal, horrible, and excessively bloody event fought for nothing but the changing of power to even more sinister hands. In this article, I will explain why I draw that conclusion, and how bad the revolution itself truly was.

The Road to Revolution

As everyone reading this article likely knows, the ideology of communism was a radical (and nonsensical, to boot) solution to the struggles of the individual worker in the Industrial Revolution. It had evolved from the ideologies of Jacobinism and Socialism, with very little difference from their principles. Rather than allow the free market to work as it wished, philosophers supported concepts such as the public ownership of property, free love, atheism, and worse degenerate ideas.
In the 1900s, before the First World War, communism and socialism were fringe ideologies. Some groups had radically attempted to apply it, and failed miserably, due to the economic illegitimacy of communism and socialism, and some (such as the Paris Commune) were stomped out by government forces. However, Russia’s poor situation near the end of the war offered the opportunity to the radicals to construct a true communist state.
It is here that we begin to see the roots of the revolution take shape. Russia entered the First World War drastically unprepared and underdeveloped for modern warfare. Their Tsar, Nicholas II, was incompetent and unskilled at political and military matters. Serfdom for many years had crushed the Russian nation’s chances at full industrialization, and her economically impoverished state provided no assistance.

Russian troops, often illiterate and uneducated peasants, were sent to fight many of the best equipped and trained armies in the world, while many did not even have a rifle in their hands. As can be expected, the Russians struggled to pull off one major victory. As a consequence, families back home starved, and the poor living conditions grew steadily worse.
As these events happened, radicals began to rile up the populace with promises of wealth, freedom, and unity. Desperate for anything other than the Tsarist monarchy, Russian veterans and citizens began to follow the communists. In other circles, calls for constitutional monarchy and republicanism were made, and many supported those movements as well.

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Are the Russians our #1 Enemy?

Fake news, lying media along with Neo Conservatives, RINOs still trying to reverse presidential election by spreading the meme
Idiot RINOs like Paul Ryan and Mittens Romney go along “THE RUSSIANS ARE OUR #1 ENEMY!”
Not! How about some other enemies like American birth right US citizen Anwar al-Awlak?
F*#&$*# Idiots. Here are some beautiful Russians and a real enemy American born Al Qaeda leader in Yemen
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Nick Fuentes About Why Social Conservatism Is The Proper Way To Move For...

Monday, July 16, 2018

A Trophy? Or a Home?


Predictably the victory of the so-called "French" team in the World Cup has sparked off a number of riots. Normies, leftists, and cuckservatives will find this simply baffling. 

"I mean...shouldn't they all be celebrating together, after all, diversity is their strength and France could never have done this without immigrants, amirite?"

Yeh, right, that's not how the Afri-French (France's burgeoning African population) see it. For them the victory of a team dominated by their kind is evidence of the Africanisation of France and the shift in power and status from the older, softer native population to the younger, tougher Black population. 

In short, they see this victory in totemic terms, as an anointment of their right to the land and its people. The goals by fellow Africans Pogba and Mbappe were nothing less than signals to them, saying:

"We are now kings here! This land and all that is in it is ours. All we have to do is take it. As for the French, never mind them. They are weak and desperate to please us. Do what you like to them, they will only thank you."

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Journal of the National Medical Association Study on Racial Segregation and Firearm Homicide Deaths Confirms Segregation Keeps White Communities Free of Black Gun Violence

There is only one way to read this story, research published in the Journal of the National Medical Association on racial segregation and firearm homicide deaths: segregation keeps white people safe from black gun crime. [Study: Residential Segregation Linked to Racial Disparity in Gun Homicides: A study found that the more segregated housing is in a state, the higher the racial disparity there is among gun homicides., US News and World Report, July 13, 2018]:
A study published in the Journal of the National Medical Association by researchers from Boston University School of Public Health examined the connection between residential racial segregation and firearm homicide deaths. Drawing on over 25 years of state-level data, the researchers found that the more racially segregated a state's neighborhoods are, the higher the disparities between black homicide victims and white homicide victims. 
Is there any other way to interpret the data in this Journal of the National Medical Associationpiece than to understand those architects of Jim Crow were 100 percent in trying to protect white (western) civilization from Africans in America?

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Israel: Jews Set to Pass “Nation State” Bill which Legalizes Race Segregation, Justifies Land Theft

The Israeli government is set to put forward its long-awaited “nation state” bill which legalizes race segregation between Jews and non-Jews, and which promotes “Jewish settlement” [in Palestinian territories] as a “national value.”

According to reports in the Israeli media, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu defended the Jewish state bill, saying that the Jews have “majority rights.”
“Most Israelis want to preserve the Jewish identity of the country, and that the majority rules,” Netanyahu was quoted as saying. “The vast majority of people want to preserve the Jewish character of our country for generations to come.”
Originally, one clause of the “Jewish state bill,” numbered 7B, said that the state was allowed to “authorize a community composed of people having the same faith and nationality to maintain the exclusive character of that community.”
This clause has however been changed to replace it with a call for strengthening the Jewish presence in predominantly Arab Israeli areas.

The new version of clause 7B now reads: “The state views the development of Jewish settlement as a national value and will act to encourage and promote its establishment and consolidation.”
The law will face a Knesset committee vote today before final plenary votes on the law ahead of the parliament’s summer recess on July 22, the Times of Israel reported.
If passed, the law would become one of the so-called Basic Laws, which like a constitution underpin Israel’s legal system and are more difficult to repeal than regular laws.