Guns are Racist? By John Steele

     Following the Florida shooting the National Rifle Association (NRA) came out strong in defence of guns. NRA chief Wayne LaPierre criticised the “European-style socialists” driving the gun banning agenda. Whoooah, it was even worse than Trump saying that certain teachers should be armed, for this was “racist,” the magic word stopping all debates:

     It is one thing to oppose gun ownership, but the strategy of making all criticism of the Left off bounds is going to build up festering resentment with people eventually saying: so what? Call me what you will. It is parallel to making every indiscretion in sexual matters, rape, when surely there are levels of wrongness. Thus, is it not true, that those pushing for gun control, generally come from a Left position? If we can’t say that then what can we say? Oh, we can’t say anything, but must die in silence.

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The Cat Peeps out of the Bag: The Immigration Conspiracy By James Reed

     Many have been saying that there is a conspiracy to Asianise Australia through mass immigration, the notable actionist being Denis McCormack, who has published a grand paper on this, appropriately called, “The Grand Plan,” if my memory serves me well.

     Now we have, behind a paywall, so the internet reference is not of much use, Judith Sloan, “A Conspiracy Exists to Allow High Immigration Rates,” The Weekend Australian, February 24-25, 2018, p. 22. Sloan is one of the few journalists offering criticisms of Australia’s record high immigration rate, and this time she does a great job saying that there is a “conspiracy” among the political class and new class, Canberra bureaucrats, to overstate the benefits of immigration, and downplay the costs.

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Madness from Bedford Park: The Horrors of Heterosexuality!!! By Mrs Vera West

     I remember visiting Flinders University, which is south of Adelaide, once by bus, many long years ago. The bus number was 21 D. It took one hour to arrive, as two buses simply did not turn up. I was busting to go to the toilet when I eventually got to Flinders, to agitate in a public lecture. What a place! Isolated, and in the summer, very hot and windy, sitting on a hill. It is a symbol of the modern university, and was once only in one spot, but now seems to be spreading over the city.

     Now we have the latest piece of pc nonsense, that has got international attention:

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Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of nations By Peter West

     Political commentator Amy Chua has been concerned with issues of the nation and nationalism for some time. In her latest book Political Tribes: Group Instinct and the Fate of Nations, (Penguin Press, 2018 released on February 20, making this one of the first negative reviews in Australia), she deals with the issue of the nation and the re-emergence of tribalism.

     Chua is one writer who is unafraid of following the argument where evidence requires it to go, and she cites studies from across the physical and social sciences which indicate that tribalism is hardwired into human biology. We thus have in-group loyalties and out-group antipathies, much as we see with football teams, which is a microcosm of the big societal picture.

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Grating and Toasting, Cheddar Man By Brian Simpson

     I wrote a critique of the ever-cheesy “Cheddar Man” “discovery” that ancient Britons had black skin and blue eyes. The claim made in the scientific papers was not supported by the data, only that Cheddar Man may have had darker skin than later age Britons. But, predictably enough, now the entire narrative looks like collapsing:

     One of the geneticists involved in the research has doubts about the validity of the skin colour inference, and so do a number of geneticists. You know, the usual problem about the limitation of data to justify inferences, particularly pc ones.

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White Genocide in South Africa By David Williamson

     South Africa goes from bad to worse. Now, its new president Cyril Ramaphosa has vowed to give back all lands owned by White farmers since the 1600s:

“South Africa’s new president, Cyril Ramaphosa, has pledged to return the lands owned by white farmers since the 1600s to the black citizens of the country. The government plans to accelerate land redistribution through expropriation without compensation.

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Australia Under Islamic Attack? Who Said that? By Ian Wilson LL.B

     I have been absent due to illness, prostate cancer, but have now made a full recovery. So, back into the battle: 

     Did you know that Australia is under attack from certain Muslims wanting to kill as many unbelievers as possible? Wait! Before dashing off a race vilification torture form to the Inquisition, consider that I did not say this, but am quoting a source:

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Election Meddling is Ok If We Do It By Charles Taylor

     The crazed Russia meddled in the US elections frenzy continues, and no doubt will for all eternity, or until the next president does what the establishment wants, and declares war on Russia, dooming the US to oblivion. Now we have the CIA openly admitting that the US meddles in elections of other countries all of the time, but that is fine because, well, we are the good guys: 

“Bags of cash delivered to a Rome hotel for favored Italian candidates. Scandalous stories leaked to foreign newspapers to swing an election in Nicaragua. Millions of pamphlets, posters and stickers printed to defeat an incumbent in Serbia. The long arm of Vladimir Putin? No, just a small sample of the United States’ history of intervention in foreign elections.

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Victimology Just Wears You Down By Chris Knight

     US Supreme Court judge, African American Clarence Thomas, has said that he is worn down and exhausted by the present day culture of victimisation: 

“ At some point, we’re going to be fatigued with everybody being the victim,” Thomas, the second African American to serve on the Supreme Court, said during an on-stage interview at the Library of Congress in Washington. Thomas, a conservative appointed to the bench in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, recalled recently being with a young black woman in Kansas who told him, “I’m really tired of having to play the role of being black. I just want to go to school.” “I just get worn down,” Thomas said.

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Commo Spies Among Us By James Reed

     Seen any communist spies lately? Well for us Australians, probably our whole intellectual infrastructure is full of communist Chinese agents: 

     But, that was the decision made by our power elites in the Asianisation programme, to abandon the West and our Anglo Saxon heritage, to create a Chinese colony in the former land of Australia. There is lip service about excess Chinese influence now, but this is just what was created.

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Telugu Crackers in My Soup By Brian Simpson

     I do not understand exactly how this sort of computer foul up could occur, but I am aware, from the failure of the school computers, that there are unexplained gremlins in the system, and sometimes I think that computer science is not really a “science” but a modern form of witchcraft. There was a computer crash the first day back at school because one of the host servers crashed when two students went onto the same site, viewing the same video, presumably because bugs then got into the system, I think, but the tech guy does not know why: 

“There’s a new iOS bug that can crash your iPhone. A symbol in the Indian language known as Telugu can wreak havoc over the software. iOS 11 will struggle to render it whenever the symbol is placed into a text field. Apps that try to do so will freeze and shut down. The problem gets worse when chat or email apps get involved. PCMag tried the bug on an iPad by sending it messages loaded with the Telugu symbol. Mayhem ensued.

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FBI Open about the Threat of China By James Reed

     I have been reporting on the China threat for so long, and in so many articles, that I have run out of new titles. No matter: 

“FBI Director Christopher Wray on Tuesday reiterated a commonly held view among US intelligence officials that China is seeking to become a global superpower through unconventional means – but he framed it as both a governmental and a societal threat to the US. Speaking before the Senate Intelligence Committee alongside the heads of other US intelligence agencies, Wray said that to undermine the US’s military, economic, cultural, and informational power across the globe, China was using methods relying on more than just its state institutions.

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Nuclear War Yet? How About Now? By James Reed

     The media, preoccupied with Trump, endless racism and the winter Olympics, have forgotten about North Korea, until now:

“North Korea’s deputy UN ambassador has warned that the situation on the Korean peninsula “has reached the touch-and-go point and a nuclear war may break out any moment”. Kim In-ryong told the UN general assembly’s disarmament committee that North Korea is the only country in the world that has been subjected to “such an extreme and direct nuclear threat” from the United States since the 1970s and said the country has the right to possess nuclear weapons in self-defence.

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Behind the Obama Painting By Chris Knight

     Another article commented about the Obama painting, but I came by this exposure of the painter, or alleged painter black, Kehinde Wiley:  

“Unbeknownst to most Americans who were ogling over his paintings of the Obamas, revealed Monday at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C., Wiley is known in the art underworld for two previous pieces that loosely reference a story in the Book of Judith, which involves a beautiful woman who seduces an invading Assyrian general and, before he is able to destroy their land, gets him drunk and decapitates him.

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The Muslim Superorganism Code, Decoded By Peter West

     The Muhammad Code (Feral House, 2016), by Harold Bloom, continues his long-term research into war and human violence: 

     In this highly readable, but still well-referenced book, Bloom details how Islam has pursued an agenda of conquest for 1,400 years. For example, by the time of the death of the prophet in 632 AD, Islam had conquered the biggest empire in history, an empire 11 times the size of the conquests of Alexander the Great, five times the size of the Roman Empire, and seven times the size of the United States.

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The AI Singularity By Brian Simpson

     I covered the issue of AI becoming super smart and replacing humans in a previous article. As a footnote to that I have noted that this article:  

     Many AI gurus are quoted as giving their predictions about the year when robots become smarter than humans. The worst case scenario is that this will happen by 2030, which is not too long away in apocalyptic terms. It is incredible that this problem has even arisen, which shows the danger of allowing science and technology to be under the control of the evil elites and forces of global capitalism.

The Social Justice University By James Reed

     I hope that most readers at this site have been poisoned at the thought of the modern university. I report the absurdities and injustices whenever material comes my way. The latest:

“Over the past several years, we’ve seen America’s universities essentially turn into social justice training camps, where teaching about diversity is more important than U.S. history and making sure that all students have a safe space to turn to is more important than making sure they have the skills they need to be successful in “the real world.” It shouldn’t come as a surprise, therefore, that some schools are now hiring faculty members based solely on their commitment to social justice.

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A Tough One: Intellectual Giants clash By James Reed

     Whoaaha…this is a problem. There is a major philosophical clash between two intellectual giants, loved by all of us at this site: Jordan Peterson and that great defender of the West, Canadian academic Ricardo Duchesne:

     Peterson argues that he is not an Alt Righter because he rejects identity politics, and instead is a classical liberal believing in the rights of the individual. So far, so good. From this position he has done enormous good critiquing all matter of politically correct nonsense. But, there is a limitation to this, as Duchesne notes:

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FBI Treason Led to Florida Massacre? By John Steele

     There has been yet another US mass shooting, this time as Nikolas Cruz gunned down 17 of his school “mates”:

     Cruz has a history of violence and depression, and like most other “postal’ shooters (mass killers), was probably being treated with strong psychiatric drugs such as Prozac. Nevertheless, the mainstream media, and even some alternative sites had reported that Cruz, part Hispanic was a “white nationalist” (although various white nationalist sites reject this): 

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The True Face of Facebook By Paul Walker

     Facebook continues charging down the road of political correctness, with blocks imposed on various sites which it does not like:

As Zucky himself says: “For example, take the Wall Street Journal or New York Times. Even if you don’t read them or don’t agree with everything they write, most people have confidence that they’re high quality journalism. On the flip side, there are blogs that have intense followings but are not widely trusted beyond their core audience. We will show those publications somewhat less.”

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