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Category Archives: Africa
In Social Matter, Benjamin Welton has an excellent essay on ““Mad” Mike Hoare: White Giant”, which discusses a famous group of English mercenaries in Africa, and various historical inaccuracies about Belgian and English colonialism. Having recently watched Dark of the … Continue reading
It is great to see British pundit Katie Hopkins – a frequent guest on Tucker’s show – doing a multi-part series on the white genocide in South Africa, as Lauren Southern has recently done.
CNN online has a story (with accompanying video) on slave auctions in Libya. You have to read between the lines, but the essence of the phenomenon is black African ‘refugees’ on their way to the Disneyland of Western Europe being … Continue reading
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
In the NYT (where else) is a piece on Congo titled “In Goma, Lights May Flicker but Looks Stay Sharp”: The Democratic Republic of Congo is the birthplace of SAPE, a loosely organized cult of dandies known as “les sapeurs.” … Continue reading
The newly-appointed president of the European Parliament believes that 30 million Africans could migrate to Europe within the next 10 years. The real (and projected) population explosion in Africa, something Steve Sailer has been talking about for some time, is … Continue reading
Meanwhile, the genocide against whites in South Africa continues on, and the MSM yawns. From Fox News World (“South Africa accused of covering up grisly murder spree”): Last month, British woman Sue Howarth and her husband Robert Lynn were woken … Continue reading
BNN has more on the Most Underreported Story of the 21st Century: The report, from the Geneva-based International Labour Organisation (ILO), states that the economies of developing nations in Africa, Asia, and South America cannot keep pace with the number of … Continue reading
From the Wikipedia page for the late Oxford historian Hugh Trevor-Roper: Another aspect of Trevor-Roper’s outlook on history and on scholarly research that has inspired controversy, is his claim about the historical experiences of pre-literate societies. In accordance with Hegel … Continue reading