Jihad Watch, by Robert Spencer, April 28, 2017: How inconvenient for the mainstream narrative. Deputy assistant Metropolitan police commissioner Neil Basu said in March: “We must all accept that there is a possibility we will never understand why he did this. That understanding may have died with him.” Anything to avoid noting an Islamic motivation.… Continue reading Westminster jihad murderer Khalid Masood, in last message, declared he was waging jihad
“Tolerance and apathy are the last virtues of a dying society”: Aristotle.
After the recent merging between Australian Conservatives and Family First, some figures have suggested that One Nation should also move to join. But while some might perceive Pauline Hanson and Cory Bernardi’s political movements as indistinguishable, there are particular differences in their respective philosophies. As Bernardi is a staunch Roman Catholic and Family First have strong associations with the ACL,… Continue reading The difference between One Nation and Australian Conservatives
The Independent, by Andrew Callus, April 27, 2017: Voting intentions for centrist French presidential candidate Emmanuel Macron have slipped below 60 percent for the first time since 17 March ahead of the 7 May run-off, according to the daily Presitrack poll produced by pollsters Opinionway. Presitrack said in its survey on Thursday that 59 percent of votes… Continue reading French election: Support for Marine Le Pen climbs in latest poll
Breitbart, by Chris Tomlison, April 27, 2017: French mayor Robert Ménard has been fined by the government for hate speech after mentioning that French children were being “replaced” in schools in his town. Mr. Ménard, who serves as the mayor of Béziers, was sentenced to a fine of 2,000 euros for the comments he made on Twitter in… Continue reading French Mayor Fined for Mentioning Demographic Changes in Local Schools
In an age of serial mainstream media bias, I highly commend Politico on their fair, articulate analysis of Patrick. J Buchanan. From his early life, to his career in the media, to his time spent in the White House, to his unsuccessful bids for President in the 1990’s, to the influence of Buchananite, populist ideas towards the extraordinary Trump… Continue reading “The Ideas Made it, But I Didn’t”
An interesting discussion initially about the juvenile Young Turks and other deceptive regressive media voices, with debate then continuing to include the perennially- polarizing topic of Israel. I would leave it up to my readers to decide which individual was the most academically honest, and who won the debate.