The Arrogance of the New Conquistadors by Paul Walker

Turkey’s leader Tayyip Erdogan has been snarling that Europeans “will not walk safely on the streets” if his ministers are not permitted to campaign in Europe to expand his powers. The exact words of his threat, which once would be taken as an act of war, were: 

“If you continue to behave like this, tomorrow in no part of the world, no European, no Westerner will be able to take steps on the street safely and peacefully.”

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Section 18 C: We have Not Seen Anything Yet by James Reed

The Australian has been busy, busy, busy, proclaiming that Mal Turnbull is on a “crusade for free speech.” The Australian, March 22, 2017, p. 1. Turnbull has proposed that section 18 C will retain the offences of  “intimidate,” but abolish “insult,” “humiliate” and “offend,” and have a raided bar standard of “harass.” The standard of the reasonable member of the Australian community would now be added.  What this means, in effect is that nothing much will change. The court will simply redefine their terms and it will be multicult business as usual keeping the dying Anglo-Australians under control.

I note that The Australian, March 22, 2017, p1, says that Senator Nick Xenophon was an “immediate barrier to the reform plan, signalling he could accept changes to how complaints are handled by the Australian Human Rights commission but would oppose the most sweeping alterations to the race-hate laws.” I am not surprised. Ask yourself why he is opposing these very lukewarm changes. Got the answer? South Australians need to toss this guy out of office when he next comes up for re-election.

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The Parable of the Skittles by Charles Taylor

During the election, Donald Trump Jr upset the libtard applecart by comparing Syrian refugees to a bowl of skittles (a lolly): if three in the bowl were poisoned clearly you wouldn’t take any if you had no way of finding the bad ones.

The Australian, March 23, 2017, p. 1, reports that over 500 Iraqi and Syrian refuges in the past year have been refused entry because their names were on an international security watch list, and at least 30 of them were on ASIO’s national security terrorism watch list, and an unnamed number of others having adverse national security profiles. All are capable of Lindt café style sieges and attacks like that seen in Paris in 2015. The illegal guns are coming into the country and the criminals and terrorists are well armed. Wasn’t banning guns for ordinary people a great idea, that is, if you want a population of ducks ready for duck season.

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Does John Howard “Cherish Western Civilisation”? by James Reed

The Australia, March 14, 2017, p1, had a masthead, “John Howard: why it’s time to cherish Western civilisation.” There was an article by him on page 12 praising the Ramsay Centre, which I suppose, is better than nothing.

But, the question in my mind is how can the likes of Howard be seen as supporters of Western civilisation? In my opinion,  their economic rationalism was undermining of the basic social capital of the institutions comprising Western civilisation. Howard did nothing to deal with section 18 C, or fight for free speech. He began a massive Asian migration program that began the displacement of elite jobs once held by European Australians, well documented in Dr Peter Wilkinson’s book, The Howard Legacy: Displacement of Traditional Australia from the Professional and Managerial Classes: With friends like these, who needs enemies?

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Sometimes the Chattering Class are Just Plain Stupid by Mrs Vera West

Actress Scarlett Johansson did a sketch on Saturday Night Live, the show that pushes libtard trash: If you look at the coverage of this on the false news mainstream sites, you will see this satire portrayed as brilliant. It is nothing of the sort, and needs to be torn up. So, to start, here is Breitbart’s description.

“Johansson, who hosted the NBC comedy show for the fifth time Saturday night, is pictured in the sketch walking into a room filled with gold fixtures and where champagne is being served to party guests. Every man knows her name. Every woman knows her face,” a commercial voice-over plays over the ad. “When she walks into a room, all eyes are on her. She’s Ivanka. And a woman like her deserves a fragrance all her own. A scent made just for her. Because she’s beautiful. She’s powerful. She’s… Complicit,” the ad continues...

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