O'Leary Might Not Finish First
Trump Called "Lazy, Ignorant"
Hong Kong Election: A Vote Without Voters
Pro-Iraq War Jewsmedia's Whine: Donald Trump Vs. The Media
M-103 Signifies Little in Canada... Except for Muslims
Anti-white Commie Bitches Gloat Over New Muslims Coming to Canada
Dumb White Women's Western World Becoming Irrelevant
Orwellian 'War on Terror' Just A Globalist Scam to Scare People
Globalist Feminist Democrats Just the Same as Globalist Republican War Party
National Post, March 24 Editorial:
Potter Affair A Sad Stain at McGill U
The Mary McGuinness I Knew: Race and Ethnicity is All
Nonwhites' Rapes and Natural Racism
Poor Middle Class Cut Out
The Banality of American Freedom : White Nationalists Need to Use It More
Khadar: Ottawa, Apologize and Pay
Sen. Meredith A Victim of Racism: Attorney (Aren't They All?)
Warmer Ties with Trump and Putin? Globalist Jews Run Both Sides
Trump's Views on Climate Could Cost Us (It's All A Scam Anyways)
Endless Tory Candidates, Not One White Racist
ISIS' Brutalization of Yazidis:
Semitic Islamic God Lacks Merciful Believers (and it's none of our business, fool!)
A Whiff of BLM Grapeshot, and Ashton Cares
Anti-white Hated Lesbian's Ontario Liberal Regime in Trouble
"We're Here To Help"
Tell This Globalist Fool... No More Wars, Mind Your Own Business
Free Trade Fake News 'Journalist' Tom Walkom:
Freeland and Russia's Disinformation Boogeyman
(Toronto Star, March 15)
The Triumph of Vulgarity
Global Watch - Dieter Schnaas and Christopher Schwarz
Every year Germany's Carnival celebrations include a parade of vulgar political floats on the Monday before Lent. But what if shamelessness and the delight in bad taste is far from over on Ash Wednesday?
If liberals and others think they just squelched right-wing attention-seeker Milo Yiannopoulos for good, they should think again.
As shameless as it is, carnival seeks sweaty contact. People shove, lock arms and rock back and forth in time to the music, grin and yell, get drunk and urinate in public. In short, they let it all hang out. After all, that’s the whole idea behind the “fifth season of the year.” Turn morals upside down, uproariously ridicule those in power, stick your tongue out at authority – they can all kiss my ass!
First, he’s now more famous than ever. A week ago, even after the Berkeley riot.
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MILO and the hypocrisy behind free speech claims
Al Jazeera - Rachel Shabi
His case showed us that the erroneous invocation of 'free speech' is effectively providing cover for hate “spewers.”
Even with his name splashed in the headlines and his story cast as "breaking news", the last thing this is about is Milo Yiannopoulos. To precis [sp], in case you sensibly missed the whole thing: this hate-spouting, Donald Trump-supporting, far-right trollster had a lucrative book deal cancelled and a major speaking engagement at the American Conservative Union's CPAC conference revoked after comments he made, apparently saying sex between "younger boys" and older men was OK, surfaced online.
He then resigned from the far-right Breitbart news - following reports that some of his colleagues had threatened to quit if he wasn't sacked over those comments seeming to condone pedophilia (though Milo says they were taken out of context).
The internet is replete with background and detail on this story - and has been for some time. But, again, this isn't about one individual far-right provocateur. It's mostly about the busting of a persistent myth, that the far-right, in strange symbiosis with some liberals who should know better, are the new champions of free speech.
You know, that noble far-right cause cheered by US TV host Bill Maher just the other day, when he so agreeably had Milo on his HBO Real Time talk show and they both told us to stop being so sensitive over things such as racism and misogyny. [ More ]
The West’s moral hypocrisy on Yemen
Consortium News - Jonathan Marshall
Only a few months ago, interventionists were demanding a militant response by Washington to what George Soros branded “a humanitarian catastrophe of historic proportions” — the killing of “hundreds of people” by Russian and Syrian government bombing of rebel-held neighborhoods in the city of Aleppo.
Leon Wieseltier, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and former New Republic editor, was denouncing the Obama administration as “a bystander to the greatest atrocity of our time,” asserting that its failure to “act against evil in Aleppo” was like tolerating “the evil in Auschwitz.”
How strange, then, that so many of the same “humanitarian” voices have been so quiet of late about the continued killing of many more innocent people in Yemen, where tens of thousands of civilians have died and 12 million people face famine. More than a thousand children die each week from preventable diseases related to malnutrition and systematic attacks on the country’s food infrastructure by a Saudi-led military coalition, which aims to impose a regime friendly to Riyadh over the whole country. [ More ]
Trump’s Daesh Plan: Another US Invasion?
Anti-War.com - Ron Paul
Just over a week into the Trump Administration, the President issued an Executive Order giving Defense Secretary James Mattis 30 days to come up with a plan to defeat ISIS. According to the Order, the plan should make recommendations on military actions, diplomatic actions, partners, strategies, and how to pay for the operation.
As we approach the president’s deadline it looks like the military is going to present Trump with a plan to do a whole lot more of what we’ve been doing and somehow expect different results. Proving the old saying that when all you have is a hammer everything looks like a nail, we are hearing reports that the military will recommend sending thousands of US troops into Syria and Iraq. [ More ]
Muslims need not apply
EricMargolis.com - EricMargolis
When I was suffering through advanced infantry training in the US Army many, many moons ago, I learned the Trump negotiating system.
Our dreaded first sergeant, Delmar Creech, would terrorize us, inflict push-ups or latrine detail, and then restrict us to barracks over weekends for some minor infraction.
We hated him with a passion. But then one Friday he strode into the barracks and, with a big smile, said ‘you boys have been good. I’m granting you PX privileges!’
A cheer erupted. We were being allowed to go to the base store to buy candy, cigarettes and magazines. Suddenly, everyone said, `Sarge ain’t such a bad guy after all.’
This is the secret to Trump’s negotiating tactics: a storm of invective and abuse, followed by minor concessions. `Trump ain’t such a bad guy after all.’ [ More ]
The First Firestorm
LewRockwell.com - Patrick J. Buchanan
That hysterical reaction to the travel ban announced Friday is a portent of what is to come if President Donald Trump carries out the mandate given to him by those who elected him.
The travel ban bars refugees for 120 days. From Syria, refugees are banned indefinitely. And a 90-day ban has been imposed on travel here from Iraq, Syria, Iran, Libya, Sudan, Somalia, and Yemen.
As of Monday, no one was being detained at a U.S. airport.
Yet the shrieking had not stopped. All five stories on page one of Monday’s Washington Post were about the abomination. The New York Times’ editorial, “Trashing American Ideals and Security,” called it bigoted, cowardly, xenophobic, Islamophobic, un-American, unrighteous. [ More ]
White supremacy's inferiority complex
Al Jazeera - Khaled Diab
"Hail Trump". "Lugenpresse". Nazi salutes. The United States and the wider world reacted with shock when footage emerged of a fascist speech by the poster boy of the so-called "alt-right" movement, Richard Spencer, given right in the heart of Washington, DC.
Loaded with racism and dehumanization, the "alt-right" leader declared: "To be white is to be a striver, a crusader, an explorer and a conqueror. We build; we produce; we go upward."
In his rhetoric, he echoed "manifest destiny", a 19th-century belief justifying the white European conquest of America. "We are the pioneers of the world; the advance-guard, sent on through the wilderness of untried things, to break a new path in the New World that is ours," Herman Melville, the author of Moby Dick, wrote in White Jacket.
But today's white nationalism is unlike the cocky white supremacy of the 19th century, when the West pretty much ruled large swaths of the world and required an ideology to justify its global dominance. In place of the white man's burden of yore, many whites, especially men, now feel they are regarded as the burden.
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Do we really want a war with Russia?
Peak Oil - Anonymous
I wish I could say things were improving between the US and Russia but they aren’t. They’re rapidly worsening.
There’s so much happening right now, I can only provide a summary of a few of the more interesting and worrying developments.
This report builds on those I’ve released over the past two years and begins with a chilling editorial put out by the NY Times on September 29th, 2016, which further demonized Putin specifically, Russia generally, and openly advocates for military confrontation. [ More ]
Henry Rollins: Angry Trump fans will be ‘dangerous losers’ who might ‘lock and load’
Raw Story - Travis Gettys
Henry Rollins is worried about what will happen after November’s presidential election — no matter who wins.
The prolific punk rock legend, who hasn’t written a song in more than a decade but publishes books and newspaper columns and gives lengthy spoken-word performances, said his wealth insulates him from most of the consequences of a potential Donald Trump presidency, reported The Guardian.
“With my economic altitude, I don’t feel any of this,” Rollins said. “Donald Trump’s going to suck if you’re brown, black, lower middle-class or poor … I’m just going to enjoy the tax breaks that rich guys get from guys like him and keep on grooving.”
The former Black Flag singer said he’s concerned about how Trump supporters will react if the real estate developer and former reality TV star loses to Hillary Clinton.
“Trump fans are going to be very dangerous losers,” Rollins said. “And, if he wins, liberals will be very whiny and hilarious losers. There’ll be lines out of Starbucks, people wanting quadruple lattes; there’ll be more hand-wringing, more poetry – that’s a liberal on a bad day. The angry Tea Party person on a bad day, you lock and load, and go find a Muslim or brown-skinned person.”
But he’s confident the United States will survive, no matter what happens after the election.
“America gets what America deserves,” Rollins said. “America’s a tough place full of tough people, and I’m an example of a tough American. If you can’t take a punch in the teeth, you should move to Canada.”
Getting the Alt-Right wrong
Taki's Mag - Jim Goad
Last Thursday in Reno, presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton took a brief break from coughing up lesbian fur balls and practicing urban dance moves in order to introduce an unsuspecting American populace to the Alt-Right.
In what may very well be a desperately flailing attempt to distract the public’s attention from the possibility that she wears scented adult diapers, Clinton has lately gone Full Godwin on Trump, unleashing a shamelessly sensational fear-mongering one-minute ad linking him to the KKK and David Duke. The ad also features the perennially erudite Jared Taylor being horrifyingly sensible. It also notes that Trump recently hired Breitbart.com head honcho Stephen Bannon as his campaign CEO. Bannon had previously boasted that he transformed the Breitbart site into “the platform for the alt-right.” [ More ]
Trump’s week from hell
Lew Rockwell - Eric Margolis
It’s been the week from hell for Donald Trump. Everything seems to be going wrong for him. The worst was the foolish and painful fight he picked with the “grieving” Khan family.
What happened was clearly a very clever ambush devised by the Clinton camp. A Muslim-American attorney, Khizr Khan, whose army officer son had been blown up in Iraq, was put on show at the Democratic Convention to attack Donald Trump’s ignorant and stupid anti-Muslim policies – and to embarrass him.
It worked brilliantly. Trump, like an enraged mastodon, fell right into the trap. After being sternly rebuked by Mr. Khan, Trump foolishly attacked Mrs. Khan, inferring that she was an oppressed Muslim woman and thus unworthy of our attention. The Khan’s “dignified response” to Trump’s boorish behavior shamed him and upset many voters who fell into the trap laid by Hilldog's minions. [ More ]
How Howard Stern gave us Donald Trump
CNN - Will Bunch
The critics thought he'd ended his career when it had just barely started -- thanks to one outrageous and offensive comment.
It was 1982, a year when the phrase "political correctness" was familiar to only a handful of people, and Donald Trump was barely known beyond Manhattan real-estate insiders. And the hottest up-and-coming morning disc jockey in the Washington market was a young man with a long face, even longer hair and an acid tongue.
Stern was known as over the top, but even his fans gasped that January morning when the DJ pretended to call a representative of Air Florida, just one day after its jet had crashed into D.C.'s 14th Street Bridge, killing 78 people. Could he buy a one-way ticket to the bridge? he asked in a mocking tone. Would the 14th Street crossing become a permanent stop? [ More ]
The cleverest Zionist
The Occidental Observer - Guillaume Durocher
Noam Chomsky is one of the most influential intellectuals in the world and is indeed probably the single most influential Left-wing intellectual around today. His university, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, once boasted that Chomsky was the most-cited living person in the Arts and Humanities citation index between 1980 and 1992. Indeed, he was the only living author in the top ten, being quoted beside Shakespeare, Plato, and the Bible. Chomsky has largely maintained his academic influence, being heavily quoted in books in the humanities.
The elderly Chomsky is something of a saint for the far-Left. Thus they have been alarmed at a strange, under-reported reality: Chomsky the anti-nationalist and anti-imperialist voice is, when all is said and done, a Zionist supporter of the ethnically-Jewish state of Israel. [ More ]
U.S. Troops Don't Belong In Syria
America Should Stay Out Of Middle Eastern Ground War
Forbes.com - Doug Bandow
President Donald Trump instructed the Pentagon to develop a strategy to defeat the Islamic State. Apparently one of the options is introducing U.S. combat forces to confront ISIS. Americans could be fighting in Syria in just a few weeks. That would be an extraordinarily foolish policy.
Defeating the Islamic State is not America’s responsibility. It arose out of Syria’s spiral into civil war and Iraq’s descent into sectarian rule. In the first ruthless Islamists proved to be the most effective opponents of the Assad regime. In the second desperate Sunnis preferred ISIS’s 7th century warriors to Baghdad’s modern sectarian killers. [ More ]
Why Gay Republicans love Trump
VICE - Allie Conti
R. D. Hutchinson always gets the same reaction after telling people he leans Republican: "That's different." On the surface, that fact shouldn't be so surprising. The 24-year-old is a former military forklift operator who was born and raised in Virginia; he speaks with a Southern accent, loves the Second Amendment, and is the kind of small-town American who settled down early. But Hutchinson — who got a job as a turf coordinator for the Republican National Convention in Richmond after falling in love with Donald Trump — is also married to a man.
"He's brought in a lot of Republicans that I call Trump Republicans," Hutchinson told me. "They aren't traditional Republicans. They don't talk about the kind of things that the Religious Right talks about."
Neither does the candidate in question. On June 14, the day after Omar Mateen killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, Trump specifically appealed to the LGBTQ community during a rally in North Carolina. [ More ]
They need to take their corrupt ideology back to 19th Century
Alabama protesters smackdown KKK
Raw Story - Sarah K. Burris
After a series of fliers popped up in neighborhoods across Alabama, residents of the state have had enough.
Local activists gathered at Cathedral Square in Mobile, Alabama on Saturday, holding signs saying “Protect Trans Lives” and “Stop the Klan.”
“Their kind of domestic terrorism will no longer be tolerated,” Delia Melody a local Transgender Rights Activist told Local15TV. “They have been specifically targeting my community, the transgender community, by calling us abominations.” [ More ]
Is assisted suicide part of NWO agenda?
Henry Makow.com - Oliver Heydorn
"The State has given life and the State has taken it away ... blessed be the State!"
The legalization of 'medical assistance in dying'
is 'New World Order' policy. As is typical, Canada
is on of the vanguard of the coming dystopia.
(Disclaimer: I favor medically assisted suicide but Oliver raises valid concerns.)
"I suppose it can't be that difficult to euthanize a population, if you have already lobotomized them. "
- See more at: http://henrymakow.com/2016/06/Is-Assisted-Suicide-Part-of-NWO-Agenda.html#sthash.JWpkP4Sv.dpuf
"The State has given life and the State has taken it away ... blessed be the State!"
The legalization of 'medical assistance in dying' is 'New World Order' policy. As is typical, Canada is on of the vanguard of the coming dystopia.
"I suppose it can't be that difficult to euthanize a population, if you have already lobotomized them."
Canada is on the verge of legalizing both euthanasia and assisted suicide under the euphemism of "medical assistance in dying".
The Supreme Court struck down the ban on assisted suicide last year as "unconstitutional" in yet another example of judicial activism and interference forcing Parliament to draft a new law. In principle, Parliament could invoke the 'notwithstanding clause', but, with someone of the low intellectual and moral caliber of Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, there is no prospect of being rescued by the executive branch. [ More ]
Prophetic author of The Camp of the Saints
Interview with Jean Raspail
Renegrade Tribune - Translated from French magazine Valeurs Actuelles
Jean Raspail published The Camp of the Saints in 1973. In the novel he describes how mass third world immigration to France leads to the destruction of Europe. The current issue of the French magazine Valeurs Actuelles features an interview with Jean Raspail.
Q: What do you feel about the current situation?
A: You know, I’ve no wish to join the big group of intellectuals who spend their time debating immigration… I have the impression that these talks serve no purpose. The people already know it all, intuitively: that France, as our ancestors fashioned it centuries ago, is disappearing. And that we keep the gallery amused by talking ceaselessly of immigration without ever saying the final truth. A truth that is moreover unsayable, as my friend Jean Cau noted, because whoever says it is immediately hounded, condemned then rejected. Richard Millet came close to it, look what happened to him! [ More ]
The secret, hypocritical gay world of so-called “ISIS”
The Daily Beast - Tim Teeman
Daesh murdered a 15-year-old accused of being gay but spared the life of his ‘rapist,’ a senior jihadi commander. What lies behind the brutal double standard?
The murder of a 15-year-old teenager, thrown to his death by Daesh for being gay, not only reveals — yet again — the terror group’s murderous homophobia, but also the hypocrisy that exists alongside it.
A senior commander of the so-called Islamic State, named in reports as Abu Zaid al-Jazrawi, was having some kind of relationship with this as-yet-nameless 15-year-old, but the more senior man was not killed. [ More ]
Jean Raspail: "We are only at the beginning
Gallia Watch - Staff writers
Here is an interview with Jean Raspail that appears in Le Point. It is no surprise that he is unashamedly realistic about the inevitable collapse of Western civilization - unless we give up our "compassion".
- Le Point: Some on the right consider your book The Camp of the Saints, written in 1972, as visionary, especially since the refugee crisis. How do you feel about that?
- JR: This migrant crisis puts an end to thirty years of insults and slander against me. I have been called a fascist because of this book considered to be a racist work…. [ More ]
Growing awareness of freedom of speech
Friends of Freedom Newsletter - Keltie Zubko
“We don’t absolutely make it illegal to talk about certain subjects, we just make it so dangerous, with so many obscure and complex rules that no one dares to go there. Somewhat like gun laws. We don’t overtly ban all fire arms. No, we would find too much resistance and rational criticism. The hypocritical Canadian way is simply to regulate them out of existence, gradually, just like controversial speech. Hate laws mean whatever we say they mean. We will only tell you after you say something if you have offended. This is the process of gradual Marxism. The state gradually disarms the citizen of their weapons and their free speech by slow degrees so absolute control, physical and mental will be with the state.” [ More ]
The child-rape assembly line
VICE Magazine - Christopher Ketcham
Rabbi Nuchem Rosenberg — who is 63 with a long, graying beard — recently sat down with me to explain what he described as a “child-rape assembly line” among sects of fundamentalist Jews.
On a visit to Jerusalem in 2005, Rabbi Rosenberg entered into a mikvah in one of the holiest neighborhoods in the city, Mea She’arim. “I opened a door that entered into a schvitz,” he told me. “Vapors everywhere, I can barely see. My eyes adjust, and I see an old man, my age, long white beard, a holy-looking man, sitting in the vapors. On his lap, facing away from him, is a boy, maybe seven years old. And the old man is having anal sex with this boy.”
Rabbi Rosenberg paused, gathered himself, and went on: “This boy was speared on the man like an animal, like a pig, and the boy was saying nothing. But on his face — fear. The old man looked at me without any fear, as if this was common practice. He didn’t stop. I was so angry, I confronted him. He removed the boy from his penis, and I took the boy aside. I told this man, ‘It’s a sin before God, a mishkovzucher. What are you doing to this boy’s soul? [ More ]
Temples, toilets and India’s shame
Globe and Mail - Amrit Dhillon
Few things make one flinch like travelling on an early-morning Indian train and seeing people relieve themselves beside the tracks. Seeing this most private act performed in public triggers spasms of revulsion.
Sometimes, when they hear the train approaching, these poor squatting individuals scuttle quickly into a nearby bush in a hopeless attempt to hide their backsides – and their shame.
In Rohinton Mistry’s novel A Fine Balance, a slum dweller who lives near the tracks memorizes the railway schedule to avoid doing his business when a train is likely to hurtle by.
The fact that millions of Indians are forced to defecate in the open because they lack of toilets in their homes should be the cause of profound mortification for the nation. Yet some of the reactions to Rural Development Minister Jairam Ramesh’s recent remark that India needs toilets more than temples were bizarre. [ More ]
Cute until they start getting all hairy . . .
The pretty boys of Afghanistan
VICE Magazine - Robert Maginnis
Kandahar just may be the world capital of buggery. There’s a popular joke here that goes, “Why do birds fly in circles over Kandahar? Because they’re covering their ass with one wing.”
The rest of Afghanistan is always riffing about Kandahar. “Down there, girls are for procreation, boys are for recreation.” Stuff like that. Taliban, "mujahideen" strongmen in Kandahar — including the police chief — were not averse to taking boys as brides. In fact, according to a New York Times article, a homosexually driven feud led to the rise of Bin Laden’s future hosts. Two "mujahideen" battled for possession of a prized boy. They rolled out the tanks and shot up the bazaar, killing scores of innocents. By 1994, many of the “holy warriors” who had beat back the Soviets were terrorizing their own people. [ More ]
Big Gay Abdul
Taliban are closeted homosexuals who also are pedophiles
If you know anything about Islam, it is very controlling of sexuality and perverse in many, many ways. Seeing this happen is not surprising to me in any way. No less sick, but not surprising.
For the three of you who don’t already know, Taliban fighters are overwhelmingly Pashtun.
Also, the report is so disgusting-funny (is there a word for something that is repugnant but makes you laugh hysterically?) that I’ve been sitting here trying to come up with some snarky commentary — but, really, what more could I add? I mean, anally contracted gonorrhea? You can’t make that shit up!
The study, obtained by Fox News, found that Pashtun men commonly have sex with other men, admire other men physically, have sexual relationships with boys and shun women both socially and sexually — yet they completely reject the label of "homosexual." The research was conducted as part of a longstanding effort to better understand Afghan culture and improve Western interaction with the local people.
In one instance, a group of local male interpreters had contracted gonorrhea anally but refused to believe they could have contracted it sexually — "because they were not homosexuals."
Apparently, according to the report, Pashtun men interpret the Islamic prohibition on homosexuality to mean they cannot "love" another man — but that doesn’t mean they can’t use men for "sexual gratification."
The report also detailed a disturbing practice in which older "men of status" keep young boys on hand for sexual relationships. One of the country’s favorite sayings, the report said, is "women are for children, boys are for pleasure — but for sheer delight, a melon."
Nothing says "not gay" louder than anally contracted gonorrhea.
Toronto Newspapers - Various Scribes
On Christopher Hitchens . . .
Opinion pieces on the world's most renowned atheist
Tributes and condemnations by various scribes
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