Talking Sense on Immigration, At Last By James Reed

     A little good news in the immigration war: Luke Foley is backing Abbott’s stand on immigration: 

     Andrew bolt has been good on this one:

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Christians and Abortions By Mrs Vera West

     Now here is an interesting one:

“A recent article in the Times-Standard out of Humboldt County, California, took aim at pro-lifers, alleging that they oppose abortion because they think “human sexuality is something to be ashamed of.” This bizarre opinion piece was written by Rev. Bryan Jessup of Humboldt Unitarian Universalist Fellowship Church in Bayside, California, and trotted out tired, pro-choice rhetoric that Christians wish to “impose” anti-abortion morality based on religion. “Regarding the 40- day protest in Eureka,” the reverend wrote, “people need to know that not all religions believe that human sexuality is something to be ashamed of. They need to know that some ways of faith regard sexuality as a blessing to be carefully enjoyed between people — even if they aren’t married or heterosexual.” Jessup went on to assert that freedom of religion means that “people whose faith allows them more freedom around their sexuality are also free to do as they see fit” because the United States is a secular nation.”

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Curry and Cancer By Mrs Vera West

     I am concerned about heart disease and cancer, and when I see articles that deal with these topics, that may be of help to you I am keen to summarise them: 

“A study published in the Journal of Traditional Chinese Medicine offers hope for lung cancer patients and their loved ones. It showed how part of the answer lies in nature’s medicine cabinet. Curcumin, the main active ingredient in the unassuming turmeric, combined with anti-cancer drugs, can kill the tumors that cause cancer. It can also prevent the growth of drug-resistant cells to ensure complete recovery. Cells were treated with curcumin and the anti-cancer drug gefitinib alone. Others were treated with curcumin and the drug combined. Cell growth and death were examined closely. Statistical analysis checked for accuracy the findings. The good news is that results showed that curcumin and gefitinib suppress the multiplication of cancer cells.

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More on the Florida Near-False Flag By John Steele

     Although the Florida shooting has slipped from the headlines, the gun banners have got Trump to do their bidding, and put him on the slippery slope to gun control, and the loss of his presidency.
    However, disturbing facts continue to emerge about this political event regarding “stonewalling” by the head sheriff involved:

“One of the things we also know is that Broward County Sheriff’s Deputy Scot Peterson, an armed school resource officer on duty inside the school the day of the shooting, reportedly did nothing to save his young charges. Is this why Broward County Sheriff Scott Israel is stonewalling the release of surveillance video that could provide investigators with more evidence and clues regarding the massacre? That’s what an editorial in the Sun-Sentinel newspaper is asking.“Since the Valentine’s Day shooting” at the school “in Parkland, many government officials have walled off information needed to assess how well they did their jobs,” the editorial states.

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My Job is Safe, But Not Your By Brian Simpson

     A strange situation: 73 percent of  Americans believe that artificial intelligence will destroy more jobs than it creates, but, surprise, surprise, most also believe that their job will be safe! Talk about, not in my backyard! This is a prime example of the psychology of cognitive blindspots, for if people could think clearly they would see that whatever job they had, even flipping burgers, a machine could in principle, and soon in practice, replace it. Thus, my son was amazed when he started first year mathematics this year, to see computer applications, all available on the web, that solved with working almost all calculus problems. STEM degrees could well be a waste of time in the future, as with degrees like law, where if it can’t be done by a machine, then it will be outsourced to Asia for cheap labour to do the job.

     If one can survive with minimalism, why work? 

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Britain After the Zombie Apocalypse By Peter West

     Britain, like most of Europe has become a multicultural, anti-White police state, where there can be no challenge in any way to the present status quo. Even George Orwell would be surprised: 

     Conservative critic, Brittany Pettibone, has been detained and then expelled from Britain, while, of course, any number of real hate mongers freely enter Britain. 

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India vs Pakistan By James Reed

     The good news is that the impending nuclear war between the US and North Korea has been postponed for a little while. Chubby Kim seems willing to talk, but it could all be 4-dimensional chess, as he plays the soft West. We will see. But, then there is India and Pakistan, living proof of the joy of multiculturalism: 

“As the world quietly goes about their business, Pakistan has vowed to get revenge on India after an attack.  The tensions between the two nations are quickly spiraling out of control leading many to wonder if World War 3 will break out in the area soon. According to the Express UK, the devastating attack from India along the contested border known as the Line of Control (LoC) as tensions between the two South Asian nations flare, a retired soldier has claimed. The LoC splits the region of Kashmir, with Pakistan owning one side and India, the other. The region of Kashmir has beencontested by both countries for decades causing high levels of tensions between the neighboring states. Fayaz Ahmad, a politician from the Kashmir region of India, stated that announcements were made over some loudspeakers on the Pakistan side of Balakote that have declared acts of “retaliation” will take place. 

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Can Victoria’s Local Government Act 2018 Bill be Constitutionally Challenged? By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Here is the latest piece of tyranny: Victoria’s Local Government Act 2018, Bill: 

     What the Bill does is to transfer a massive amount of state power to local councils. Thus, councils become “authorities” in their own right (section 68), with the power to make local laws for any matter which the council has a function or power. These local laws may be enforced by the police: section 327. For example, in accordance with section 151, councils may compulsory acquire any land that may be required by the council.
    Is there some sort of knock down constitutional argument against this? This is the first weapon that actionists call on:

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China and African Colonialism By James Reed

     If there are still doubts by anyone about China’s plans for world conquest, just consider what they are up to in Africa, with not a pip of concern made about this by the Left in the West, who have always been a fifth column for Chinese imperialism: 

“China is employing “neo-colonialism” tactics in Africa in the form of predatory loans collateralized with natural resources and strategic assets, experts cautioned lawmakers on Wednesday. The loans allow Beijing to strengthen its military ties to the continent, enhance political leverage, export communist authoritarian ideology, and gain access to viable army positions that can threaten the American homeland. In written testimony prepared for a House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Africa hearing on Wednesday, author Gordon Chang, an expert on China, declared: I conclude that [President] Xi Jinping, the Chinese ruler, believes his country should be the world’s only sovereign state, which is the essence of colonialism, and that today his country’s relations with Africa resemble a new form of colonialism. Moreover, I believe Xi’s ambitions for Africa, however one characterizes them, threaten America.

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Robobees, What’s Next By Brian Simpson

     Sure, technology will solve every problem, because, well, humans don’t have original sin (and even if they did technology, especially IT would solve that one). Don’t you believe one word of it. With bee populations continuing to collapse from Colony collapse disorder, scientists have done what scientists do best, not attempt to solve the root cause of the problem, but give a high tech duct tape solution:

“Fleets of robobees could now be deployed if natural populations continue to collapse. A leading expert told the world’s biggest science conference the technology is now here to programme bee-sized drones to pollinate crops. Japanese scientists have developed a remotely controlled drone the size of a dragonfly which was able to pollinate lilies. US scientists have also joined the technology race developing a robobee about half the size and able to flat 120 times a second. Prof Shashi Shekhar is one of the world’s leading experts in state-of-the-art mapping and said robotic swarms could be the answer to catastrophic food shortages.”

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Apollo Returns By Peter West

     I came across this interesting little story by French Alt Righter, Guillaume Faye. It is not great literature, and no doubt much is lost in translation, but it is still thought provoking. Western civilisation is collapsing and the protagonist, Jeane Riquetaut, seeks to preserve some trace of what was by putting in words on leather, humanity’s plight, and sealing the leather in a safe. This is what she wrote:

“To the men of the future: My name is Jeanne Riquetout and I am witness to the very rapid end of a civilisation that was born thousands of years ago. This civilisation slowly expanded to cover nearly all of the Earth, which was populated by eight billion people. (She tried to avoid technical or complicated terms.) We can travel all over the planet thanks to our flying machines, and earthbound machines that go at great speed.

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The Duck King Talks Sense By John Steele

     Here are some words of wisdom from one of America’s best known hunter, Phil Roberson of the TV show Duck Dynasty fame, which applies to all Western nations dealing with the issue of mass immigration:

“I love visitors. But I’ve got a sign on my property that says one thing loud and clear: No Thru Traffic. You see, I decide who comes and goes. I hold the key to the gate. It’s my wall. My barrier. Open borders? No way. Not on my property and not in my country. Like President Trump says, we need a wall. Want to get past my gate? You’d better believe I’m vetting you. We need to know who you are, where you came from, and what you’re doing here. If you’re out to destroy our safety, our property, or our freedom, you need to turn tail and hotfoot it out of here before you see me and the business end of my AR. Look, I love people from all over the world. But that’s what it’s come to in America. There are people who don’t love God and don’t love me. The human race is just too wicked for me to leave my gate wide open. Hey, there are a lot of left-wingers running around.”

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Replaced by Asians By James Reed

     I have grown to like the Brett Steven’s site, because he is iconoclastic, in a time requiring iconoclastic thinking. In the following he makes the point that “democracy,” which basically means liberalism and its discontents, has as its endgame the replacement of whites by system-compliant Asians, who will passively work without rebelling against their masters (as Euro-whites might do): 

“Now people are geared more toward the realization that they are being replaced, and that fast breeding third world groups are closing in with intent to infiltrate, outbreed, and replaced the natives who have their heads in the clouds of distraction and solipsism: The San Gabriel Valley’s Asian American population grew by 22% between 2000 and 2010, while the region’s white population shrank by 17%, according to a study released Wednesday by Asian Americans Advancing Justice-Los Angeles. …The report paints a picture of a region whose demographics are increasingly immigrant. Asians and Latinos now constitute 74% of the population of the San Gabriel Valley, the study finds.

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The Empty Ideas of Philosophy By Chris Knight

     As I have said in other articles, I studied philosophy at a mid-level US university in the 1980s, failing badly in second year, primarily because of my Christian approach to problems. Ethics was the topic that led to me withdrawing, but I found all of the topics, like the theory of knowledge, somewhat insane. The type of philosophy done at Anglo-American universities is called “analytic philosophy” and it basically applies mathematical logic and the sciences to solve traditional problems. It also has something of a toolkit of its own, various methods and tricks (linguistic analysis), but I never mastered them. While researching something else I came across a book by leading US philosopher Peter Unger: who published his Empty Ideas: A Critique of Analytic Philosophy in 2014. I have not read the book, and probably would fall asleep trying to read it, but I found a revealing interview. Here are some of the best bits: 

“Philosophers easily get the idea that somehow or other, just by considering things about the world that they already know, they can write up deep stories which are true, or pretty nearly true, about how it is with the world. By that I especially mean the world of things that includes themselves, and everything that’s spatio-temporally related to them, or anything that has a causal effect on anything else, and so on. They think they can tell a deep story about how it is that all of this stuff really hangs together, that’s much deeper, more enlightening and more comprehensive than anything that any scientist can do.

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The Rot of Rotherham By Mrs Vera West

     The Rape of British children continues and is so vast in its horror, that police are adding over 100 extra officers to attempt to give the illusion that something is being done, after the police had let this situation fester for years: 

“The biggest investigation into child sexual exploitation needs 100 more officers to tackle the ‘unprecedented scale of abuse’ in Rotherham. More than 1,500 potential victims and 110 suspects have been identified by the National Crime Agency, and figures are expected to rise further. Paul Williamson, the senior investigating officer on Operation Stovewood, told the Guardian his team so far had only been able to contact 17 percent of the of the 1,510 possible victims due to a shortage of specially trained detectives. Mr Williamson also said the investigation needed to be as big as Operation Resolve, the investigation into the Hillsborough disaster, as it was comparable in terms of complexity and scale.” The real kicker in this is: “Eighty percent of the suspects are said to be Pakistani and 90 percent of the victims are white girls.”

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Does Anyone Remember Equality Before the Law? By Ian Wilson LL.B

     Here is the endgame of multicultural diversity:

“Official new guidance on “equal treatment” instructs judges to favour non-white defendants in order to “redress inequality”, despite recent research having found young white men to be the most derided group in Britain. Produced by the Judicial College, the organisation responsible for training judges in Britain, the Equal Treatment Guide’s latest edition says: “True equal treatment may not … always mean treating everyone in the same way.” Quoting former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Blackmun, the equality guidance, which was first produced in 1999 under Tony Blair’s Labour government, states: “In order to get beyond racism, we must first take account of race. “There is no other way. And in order to treat some persons equally, we must treat them differently.”

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Trump the Chump Will Not be Re-elected… And Then, Civil War 2.0 By Charles Taylor

     Trump does not get it. He got in because he defended the “deplorables,” the dispossessed majority of Euro-Americans. That meant defending things like free speech and the right to bear firearms. However, he seems to have the deluded view that if he makes concessions on the gun issue, the liberal/globalist establishment will suddenly love him! This is crazy, and shows Trump’s lack of strategic IQ, something which he has self-promoted himself as having.

     He in reality has done little to save traditional America, but the establishment still take him as a symbol of resistance, so he must be destroyed, as a purely symbolic gesture. That Trump went to water on the gun issue is very easy to see from the saga of the headlines, where Trump supported gun confiscation without due process, making US law something like Australian socialist law:

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What if They Left? By David Williamson

     I got the following email from our noble Director, and although dealing with the US immigration situation, the same arguments apply directly to Australia and the rest of the West:

“WHAT IF ALL ILLEGALS LEFT THE STATES......... Considering the Denver Post is a very liberal paper I’m surprised they published this.  This really shows how the hiring of illegal’s is a false economic practice. Tina Griego is a Free-Lance reporter for the Denver Post.  She writes some really good stuff and she is a strong advocate for LEGAL Immigration homework on issues is part of her make-up and fabric.

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How about a Nobel Peace Prize for Donald Trump? By Charles Taylor

     B. Hussein Obama received a Nobel Peace Prize shortly after becoming America’s first black president, for his alleged work in nuclear disarmament. This was clearly done because he was black, because he had done nothing to produce a reduction in nuclear weapons at the time, and did nothing during his presidency. Now consider that under President Trump’s hard line on North Korea, the North is finally considering abandoning its nuclear program: 

“Score another diplomatic victory for Trump, whose hard line negotiating tactic appears to have generated a dramatic - and favorable for market - outcome. Moments ago futures spiked, 10Y yields jumped and the USDJPY bounced about 106 on what the FT dubbed a “diplomatic breakthrough” that North and South Korea have agreed to hold direct talks between their leaders with North Korea signalling it is willing to abandon its nuclear program “if regime security can be guaranteed.”

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Women Only Amazons By Mrs Vera West

     No doubt inspired by the Wonder Woman movie, feminists have moved to build a women’s only island: 

“Did you watch hit movie “Wonder Woman” and daydream about escaping to her home, the female-only island of Themyscira? That dream could soon become a reality: entrepreneur Kristina Roth has created SuperShe Island, a private retreat off the coast of Finland where no men are allowed. Roth says her aim is for women to vacation at a destination away from society’s pressures and embrace an all-female energy. “We’re the average of the five people we surround ourselves with,” Roth tells CNN Travel. “And my philosophy is if you surround yourself with amazing women -- and if you can bring together amazing women globally -- then you’re going to be the average of that group.”

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