Category Archives: International

German ‘Justice’

From AFP (“Ex-Nazi death camp guard, 96, charged with complicity”): Germany is racing against time to prosecute the last Third Reich criminals to make up for decades of neglect German prosecutors on Friday charged a 96-year-old former SS guard at … Continue reading

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Vicente Fox (D) in 2020

Former Mexican President Vicente ‘F-bomb’ Fox provides a satire that, with sufficient years of Dem control of government, could probably someday find its way to reality: Fox, 75, who served as president of Mexico from 2000 to 2006, has launched … Continue reading

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Austrian Elections

The outcome of Austria’s elections today was quite good: The leader of Austria’s right-leaning People’s Party has declared victory in a national election that puts him on track to become the world’s youngest leader. Austrian foreign minister Sebastian Kurz, 31, claimed … Continue reading

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A Day in Congo

Meanwhile, in the Congo: A woman was raped, whipped and beheaded before a cheering mob in the Democratic Republic of Congo — as punishment for dishing up “forbidden fish” to a group of rebels who then drank her blood. The … Continue reading

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NYT: “The Prophet of Germany’s New Right”

In the NYT, James Angelos writes a long piece on “The Prophet of Germany’s New Right”. The piece begins: Götz Kubitschek, a self-proclaimed “rightist intellectual,” lives in a medieval manor house in Schnellroda, a rural village in eastern Germany. From … Continue reading

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The Case For “The Case For Colonialism”

A couple of weeks ago, I posted on Political Science Professor Bruce Gilley’s new paper “The Case for Colonialism”, which I was quite surprised ever got published. Well, right on cue, the article has been yanked and sent to the … Continue reading

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The Case for Colonialism

Political Science Professor Bruce Gilley pens “The Case for Colonialism”: ABSTRACT: For the last 100 years, Western colonialism has had a bad name. It is high time to question this orthodoxy. Western colonialism was, as a general rule, both objectively … Continue reading

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Proud To Be Mexican

After clicking on today’s Google icon propaganda, one of the top links was to the Twitter feed of “Proud To Be Mexican”.

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A Swede, a Muslim, and a Trannie Walk Into a Bar…

In the past couple of years, Muslim ‘refugees’ have brought their vibrantly diverse penchant for groping infidel women to places like Cologne and music festivals in Sweden. As a result, one Swedish music festival has decided to ban men from … Continue reading

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Mind the Gap

So, it’s looking  like the perp of the London Underground bombing yesterday is a…. drumroll… 18 year old Syrian ‘refugee’. Imagine my shock.

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