He Who Lives Without Discipline Dies Without Honour By John Steele

     I have heard that saying, of my title, many years ago, but remembered it whilst reading:

     It is apparently an old Icelandic saying, but is relevant today, as it was in the time of the Vikings. And, don’t be nervous, that is a Christian site. The above article, while addressed to survival situations is relevant to much of modern life, because we are increasingly moving into that sort of situation with rising unemployment and crime.

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The Clothing of Sharia By Mrs Vera West

     Britain is fast becoming a sharia society, not only by immigration numbers, but by cultural changes:

“London Modest Fashion Week will “celebrate” Britain’s growing sharia-compliant fashion industry — less than two weeks after women living under Islamic fundamentalist regimes risked imprisonment when they burnt their hijabs on No Hijab Day.

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If Abortion is the Answer, What is the Question? By Mrs Vera West

     Everyday is another battle of words against lunar liberals. For example:

“Following the shooting Rebecca Griffin, a Left-wing kookwho’s been a model, TV presenter, and sports reporter, decided she’d leave her decency and conscience in a box for the day and made a nasty, manipulative statement regarding the shootings…in making the case for abortion (Cruz was reportedly adopted as a child). “Woman puts baby up for adoption, he grows up to be a violent young man who will spend the rest of his life in prison for a mass murder. Tell me more about how abortions are wrong,” she wrote.

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Wacking Wakandaism: Black Panther Blows Up in Their Faces By Brian Simpson

     When it was announced that there was scientific research indicating that ancient Egyptians were more closely genetically related to Europeans than black Africans, the mainstream media, did not raise a murmur and let the story die quickly in one media cycle:

     However, the claim that ancient Britons were black skinned and blue eyed excited their politically correct interests and was given maximum exposure, especially with the Black Panther movie being released. As I noted in a previous article, this movie was relentlessly promoted by the establishment, with seemingly sanctions for bad reviews:

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Why is George Soros Emperor of the World? By John Williamson

     New World Order superman George Soros is pushing for thought control like never before:

“Billionaire open-borders activist George Soros has demanded the European Union (EU) regulate social media because voters’ minds are being controlled and “manipulated”. He claimed the size of social media firms made them a “public menace” and argued they had led people to vote against globalist causes, including electing President Donald J. Trump, in an article for The Guardian published Thursday. The speculator, who runs one of the largest campaigning groups in the world and is noted for his interference in foreign politics and elections, said ultimately unregulated social media threatened democracy and the “integrity of elections”.

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Say Goodbye to Grenades By Mrs Vera West

     While the gangs who now rule the country that was once Sweden freely toss around hand grenades like baseballs:

which is now accepted as part of the new exciting cultural ethno-diversity, the US Army is dropping hand grenade competency as part of its graduation requirement:

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No Whites Need Apply By James Reed

     I keep a keen eye on the US university system re political correctness and anti-white racism because as my father always said, Australia is about five years behind the US. Nowadays I think the five years figure has dropped to a couple of years. Dad never talked about Canada, but recently they have overtaken even the US in the politically correct madness stakes. So, now we need to keep an eye on both decaying multicult “nations,” who think that they are “too white” (that is, there are still some whites alive):

     On campuses in Australia we now have the full-on white privilege guilt trip hosed down student’s throats even in Psychology statistics courses, and in the ARTs/Social Sciences/Humanities, every opportunity to push this propaganda is made. However, in employment, there is still the illusion of fair employment in Australian universities, although it is well known that women and minorities are given preference.

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Immigration and Global Capitalism By Charles Taylor

     Here is a clear example of why the immigration agenda is pushed so hard by the capitalist class: it’s the money, honey:

“Companies are facing pressure to raise wages, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce is threatening to punish legislators who deny amnesty for roughly 3.5 million ‘dreamer’ illegals and ‘Temporary Protected Status’ migrants.
The threat was delivered via letter as Senators prepare to vote on Democratic-drafted amnesties and on GOP-drafted plans to cut the supply of immigrant chain-migration labor after 2028. The Chamber’s February 13 letter was titled “Key Vote Alert!,” and it said, underlined and in bold, that: The Chamber may include votes on, or in relation to, to amendments addressing these priorities in our annual How They Voted scorecard.

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Letter to The Editor - An ‘orthodox’ theology based upon the misinterpretation long ago of ancient initiatory documents needs to be superannuated

To THE AUSTRALIAN          There could hardly be a more brilliant and succinct summary of our national political culture than that provided by F. X. Geraghty (16/2). So how can we induce a return to the practice of principle rather than self-indulgence? How can we halt the ‘inroads of the Nanny State’ by reforming the wishy-washy Liberal Party and frustrating the hidden authoritarianism of the left?

     Only by religion, and that means a major rethinking of our Christian sacred tradition, the basis of our culture and civilization. The voices of the universalists (like Alvin Kuhn and Tom Harpur) and perennialists (like Aldous Huxley and Rene Guenon) need to be listened to. An ‘orthodox’ theology based upon the misinterpretation long ago of ancient initiatory documents needs to be superannuated. It’s a tough call for many devoted Christians, but it’s the only way.
  NJ, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - ‘Indigenous perspectives’ are already being widely heard and acted upon at all levels of government

To THE AGE          Some of us see the government’s response to the Uluru Statement from the Heart very differently to the way in which Waleed Aly views it (‘Such a sorry way to behave’, 16/2). We are sceptical that the advisory body that issued it (which was formed by invitation only) was really adequately representative. Secondly, we believe that the ‘formal apology a decade ago’ was also unrepresentative and in fact a piece of gesture politics having no mandate from the Australian people as a whole.

     Thirdly, it is disappointing to learn that the prime minister has announced a new inquiry into constitutional recognition. Public discussion in the last two decades has more than adequately established that any such recognition is against the interests of national unity and fundamentally inequitable. That is why no referendum proposal favouring it will succeed. Finally, ‘Indigenous perspectives’ are already being widely heard and acted upon at all levels of government anyway.
  NJ, Belgrave, Vic

If it’s Anglo then it Must be Racist! By Charles Taylor

     It all happens in the Socialist Republic of California:


     California Lieutenant Governor and gubernatorial candidate Gavin Newsom has called Attorney General Jeff Sessions an “outright racist”  for saying that sheriffs are a “critical part of the Anglo-American heritage of law enforcement.” “Reminder that our Attorney General is an outright racist who wants us all to acknowledge ‘Anglo-American heritage,’” tweeted Newsom. This is a god example of the mania of anti-white racism, which now has become so crazed, so deranged, that any positive comments about traditional culture and people is hit with the magic “racist” ray gun. How can this not lead to a sticky end?

The AI Threat and the Elimination of Human Kind By Brian Simpson

     The issue of unemployment arising from the rise of the machines has concerned us at this site, but it is not the only matter of worry. Advances in AI threaten to make humans as a species redundant:

“Ian Pearson, a futurist and A.I. expert, recently stated that artificial intelligence will be “billion of times” smarter than humans and people may need to somehow merge with computers to survive. CNBC reports that speaking on a panel organized by CNBC at the World Government Summit in Dubai, Ian Pearson of Futurizon commented on the issues that may arise around artificial intelligence. “The fact is that AI can go further than humans, it could be billions of times smarter than humans at this point,” said Pearson. “So we really do need to make sure that we have some means of keeping up.” Pearson continued, “The way to protect against that is to link that AI to your brain so you have the same IQ… as the computer. I don’t actually think it’s safe, just like Elon Musk… to develop these superhuman computers until we have a direct link to the human brain… and then don’t get way ahead.”

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Ghoulish Waves for the Future By Peter West

     Surfing through Natural news.com, I followed a common thread of articles about our dystopic future, many hard to believe. To begin, https://www.naturalnews.com/2018-02-13-eco-friendly-company-ingenious-way-to-dispose-of-the-entire-population.html

     A Canadian company which sought to have an “eco-friendly” approach to disposal of human remains, used the process of alkaline hydrolysis to dissolve bodies. The only problem was that the remains ended up in the sewage system, going out to sea. Human bodies today are rather toxic, with lots of heavy metals, so this was not fair on the fish. Bodies that are not liquefied may end up being part of a growing global market for such parts:

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Those Spying Lizards By James Reed

     I thought that this one was false news, but apparently not.

“Western spies use lizards and assorted small reptiles to “attract atomic waves” and spy on Iran’s nuclear program, the former chief-of-staff of Iran’s armed forces has claimed. Hassan Firuzabadi, senior military adviser to supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, made the revelation as he responded to questions from local media on the recent arrest of environmentalists, Ouest France reports. It is the latest in a long line of claims made in the troubled Middle East that include allegations western forces have also used an eagle, a dolphin, a vulture, and Mossad-inspired shark attacks on various Islamic foes – with varying degrees of success.”

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The Politically Correct Collapse of Europe By Chris Knight

     Sweden claims to have a “feminist” government:
  http://www.government.se/government-policy/a-feminist-government/ going into inclusion overload, but still truly concerning things are happening in that country, and much of Europe, which are a foretaste of social collapse:, with the rule of law going out the window:

“Alicia’s Iraqi parents took her to Sweden when she was four. When she was 13, they took her back to their homeland to marry her 23-year-old cousin. Returning alone to Sweden, Alicia, a Swedish citizen, gave birth to twin boys, who at birth automatically became Swedish citizens. After she cared for them for a period of time, her children were taken away, against her will, to be raised in Iraq by her husband. Last year, he petitioned the Stockholm municipal court for sole custody. On January 9, 2018, the Stockholm Municipal Court ruled in his favor, on the grounds that the twins had lived longer with him than with Alicia, who is now 24.

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Archaeology as Ideology: Ancient Britons were Not “Black”! By Brian Simpson

     The new marvel Black Panther movie, with a largely all-Back cast, has been given a 100 percent rating by critics (now dropping to 99 percent), making it the greatest movie ever produced in human cimematic history – according to the politically correct:

     After all, if critics of the movie can be depicted as “racist,’” well, how can one lose:

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Conservatives, Social Welfare and Social Credit By Chris Knight

     Conservative websites are celebrating Trump’s food boxes:

““The Trump administration is proposing to save billions in the coming years by giving low-income families a box of government-picked, nonperishable foods every month instead of food stamps. White House OMB Director Mick Mulvaney on Monday hailed the idea as one that kept up with the modern era, calling it a “Blue Apron-type program” — a nod to the high-end meal kit delivery company that had one of the worst stock debuts in 2017 and has struggled to hold onto customers. Mulvaney said the administration’s plan would not only save the government money, but also provide people with more nutritious food than they have now. …”

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The Slap that Echoed Around the World By Peter Ewer

     I am not one to apply to the state of Israel a higher standard for the evaluation of actions that I would to any other nation. Further, I believe that Israel has a right to exist, and I reject the trendy Leftist notion that the Palestinian are guilt-free victims; Middle East politics is complicated and cannot be reduced to the simplistic game played by the Left in our universities. With a new term almost here, posters went up at my old university, where I make use of the library, about the Palestinian girl, Ahed Tamimi, who has been arrested, after an early hour raid at her home, for slapping an Israeli soldier after her 15 year old cousin was shot in the head:

     But, this video shows Tamimi hitting and kicking Israel soldiers on another occasion, with the men not responding even after having their faces slapped:

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Letter to The Editor - The wielding of an armoury of pejorative terms is too often used unfairly against decent and honourable conservatives of Caucasian ancestry

To THE AGE          Campaigns against ‘the far right’ need to be undertaken with caution (‘White pride blurs thin blue line’, 12/2). The term itself assumes wrongly that all political positions espoused by activists can be accurately plotted on a straight line. In reality, it is not as simple as that. The regimes of Hitler, Stalin and Mao had several very unpleasant features in common.

     The wielding of an armoury of pejorative terms (‘white supremacists’, ‘neo-Nazi’, ‘racist extremists’ and so on) is too often used unfairly against decent and honourable conservatives of Caucasian ancestry legitimately seeking to protect their peoples, religion, history and cultures in unsympathetic or hostile environments.  There is something, too, of the turncoat in people like Christian Picciolini which smells a bit.
NJ, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - Shakespeare was not ‘intolerant of late 16th century humanist conventions’

To THE AUSTRALIAN          On the matter of Shakespeare’s Hamlet it seems from Barry Gillard’s review of Rhodri Lewis’s Hamlet and the Vision of Darkness (‘The madness of knowing thyself’, 10-11/2) that Lewis, far from having broken free of the ‘many confines, wards and dungeons’ of the ‘solely scholarly or academic’, has become trapped there. A few simple corrections are in order. It is untrue that in Elsinore ‘no distinct framework for genuine virtue is apparent.’ We have the integrity of Hamlet himself, shown repeatedly in his behaviour, though spoiled by his psychological illness (which he labels as being ‘passion’s slave’). We also have the sterling fidelity of Horatio, the loyalty of the common soldiers and the memory of the excellent kingship of Hamlet’s father.

     Secondly, we cannot ‘cease to view the play as a tragedy based around a young man’s inability to make decisions’ without ignoring central segments of the drama. Shakespeare emphasized the delay by contrasting Hamlet’s soliloquy in Act Two with his later one in Act Four. Ernest Jones has provided the best and most comprehensive case study of the character, though his ‘solution’ of Freud’s dubious ‘Oedipus complex’ need not be accepted. Shakespeare was not ‘intolerant of late 16th century humanist conventions’; in his work as a whole he honours both kinds of knowledge of oneself mentioned by Gillard. In Hamlet he wrote with admirable understanding and compassion of a young man’s nervous breakdown, clearly precipitated by his mother’s infidelity. That, of course, is the ‘tragic flaw’ of this particular play.
  NJ, Belgrave, Vic