Zombie Knife Road Rage Attacks! By John Steele

     Meanwhile back at the ranch,  in minority white London, we have the news of the zombie knive road rager!  https://www.rt.com/uk/428474-zombie-knife-attack-croydon/    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_LzDBNxPQLI

     Here we can see the guy in the blue car clearly in the wrong, dangerously pulling out and knocking the to-be attacker off his bike. The attacker then takes out a large knife and tried to break the car window with this. That hopelessly fails, indicating that he does not know what he is doing and how to correctly use a knife. The knife could break the window, but not how he is doing it. Then, even though the guy in the blue car is safe and could drive off, the driver decides to abandon his car shield and make a run for it, which also defies all rationality. We are seeing natural selection at work. IQ levels have hit the bottom of the wheelie bin. It really is the zombie apocalypse:  https://gellerreport.com/2018/06/blasted-shotgun-london.html/    https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/670100/Zombie-apocalypse-happening-NOW-Pastor-claims-as-Hell-breaks-loose-on-Earth    https://www.forbes.com/sites/kevinmurnane/2017/01/08/guess-how-many-people-will-survive-a-zombie-apocalypse/#3c9a05d65e40

Euro-White Pathology By Bruce Bennett

     The leader of the populist alternative for Germany (AfG) party has given an interview to Breitbart London on the question of Western “self-hatred.” This is something which many of us have written about at this site, so it is good to compare notes:  http://www.breitbart.com/london/2018/05/30/exclusive-alternative-for-germany-co-leader-alexander-gauland-interview/

“When asked about a recent speech by Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán, in which he declared he would pursue a policy of Christian Democracy, Gauland said: “I’m not someone who can discuss internal Hungarian policy but in this speech you mentioned, he is right. “He says, ‘We don’t accept that we have to take people from a strange culture and we don’t like to accept Muslims. We haven’t opened the border, Merkel has opened the border. That’s their problem and it’s not our problem.’” “We have in Western Europe the problem of self-hate. That’s a problem of Germany because of National Socialism and the murder of six million Jews and in the rest of Western Europe, it is the problem of colonialism, Algeria, India, and all these problems,” he said. “The eastern Europeans haven’t this problem because their identity has been unbroken because they had no colonies, they had no direct part in Hitler’s war, so the national identity of Poland and Slovakia and others is healthy and good. They say, “We don’t want these strange refugees, we don’t welcome them.’”

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The Racist Ghosts of Arnie Schwarze-negger Past By John Steele

     I always thought it ironic that a man with the German word “negger’, meaning “black” in his name would have a dark past of racism. I don’t mean this in the way the word is flung around today, but in the sense of a deep hatred of individuals, resulting in verbal abuse. There appears to be evidence, not much  discussed by the mainstream media, that the former body builder, now Left wing attacker of Donald Trump, made aggressive racist remarks to Black bodybuilders, who had shown superior form to him in certain posing contests. Big Arnie has  written other forms of intimidation behaviour off as being part of the psychology of the sport, but he has apparently not been grilled over the coals for this one:  https://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/09/09/1062902023663.html   http://www.drudgereportarchives.com/data/2003/09/08/20030908_143604_ar1.htm

“Another black bodybuilder has come forward claiming that California gubernatorial candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger has a history of making racist comments, the DRUDGE REPORT can reveal. Robby Robinson, one of the most respected and well known of all body builders [a former Mr. America, Mr. World and Mr. Universe titleholder], backs up claims made by fellow black bodybuilder Rick Wayne. “No disrespect to fans of Arnold but Rick’s claim is in keeping with my experiences with the man,” Robinson explains in a message. Robinson says that Schwarzenegger repeatedly directed the term “n**ger” at him.

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From the X-Files: Incredible, Unbelievable, Swimming UFOs By Peter Ewer

     I do not believe that UFOs represent visitation of aliens from other planets. First, the West has more than enough aliens to deal with, trillions too many. Second, why would any creature with more than two neurons to rub together want to visit Earth anyway? Surely, there is no intelligent life on this planet, given human behaviour?  http://www.shtfplan.com/headline-news/leaked-military-report-ufo-rendezvoused-with-something-big-under-ocean_05302018

“An in-depth government report “prepared by and for the military” and obtained by a Nevada newsroom, details a 2004 incident involving an alleged “UFO” sighting recorded by the US military off California’s coast 14 years ago. Dubbed the “Tic Tac” incident, the unidentified flying object “rendezvouses” with a huge underwater object. So named for the white, fast-moving, mint-shaped object that was involved, the video’s release made waves last year when it was first revealed by the New York Times. Over the course of two weeks in 2004, a 13.7-meter-long (45-foot-long) Anomalous Aerial Vehicle (AAV) defined as “aerodynamic” with “no visible means to generate lift” was detected by US naval ships in short glimpses.

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Against Higher Education By James Reed

     Each day I seek out any articles attacking the universities, which have become my special bee in the bonnet. Political correctness insanity is easy to find, as libtardism is everywhere, but those seeing an intrinsic fault in higher education are harder to come by. Education is the cult of our age, and few question the worth of a degree. But, there are some who do:  https://townhall.com/columnists/johnstossel/2018/05/30/against-higher-education-n2485356

“Today, all Americans are told, “Go to college!” President Obama said, “College graduation has never been more valuable.” But economist Bryan Caplan says that most people shouldn’t go. “How many thousands of hours did you spend in classes studying subjects that you never thought about again?” he asks. Lots, in my case. At Princeton, I learned to live with strangers, play cards and chase women, but I slept through boring lectures, which were most of them. At least tuition was only $2,000. Now it’s almost $50,000. “People usually just want to talk about the tuition, which is a big deal, but there’s also all the years that people spend in school when they could have been doing something else,” points out Caplan in my new YouTube video. “If you just take a look at the faces of students, it’s obvious that they’re bored,” he says. “People are there primarily in order to get a good job.”

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God and Mathematics 4: A Refutation of the Power Set Axiom By Dr John Jensen

     For those championing the concept of the actual infinite in mathematics, and physics, set theory comes to their rescue. In this paper, I will refute a major theorem, or alleged theorem purporting to show that there are different levels of infinity regarding sets, Cantor’s power set theorem. Wilfred Hodges, “An Editor Recalls Some Hopeless papers, “Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, vol. 4, no 1, 1998, pp. 1-16, says while gloating about cranks that attempted to refute Cantor, “None of the authors showed any knowledge of Cantor’s theorem about the cardinalities of power sets.” (p.2) So, let’s examine this. Cantor’s power, or the axiom of powers, states that for any set S, there exists a collection of sets Power (S), which contain in its elements, all of the subsets of the given set S. thus, for example, if S = { a, b }, then Power (S) = {  ϕ, {a}, {b}, {a, b}}, where “ϕ” is the empty set. As the sets get bigger, so does the power set. In fact:

“If S is a finite set with |S| = n elements, then the number of subsets of S is |P(S)| = 2n. This fact, which is the motivation for the notation 2S, may be demonstrated simply as follows, First, order the elements of S in any manner. We write any subset of S in the format {γ1, γ2, ..., γn } where γi , 1 ≤ i ≤ n, can take the value of 0 or 1. If γi = 1, the i-th element of S is in the subset; otherwise, the i-th element is not in the subset. Clearly the number of distinct subsets that can be constructed this way is 2n as γi ∈ {0, 1}.” “Cantor’s diagonal argument shows that the power set of a set (whether infinite or not) always has strictly higher cardinality than the set itself (informally the power set must be larger than the original set). In particular, Cantor’s theorem shows that the power set of a countably infinite set is uncountably infinite. The power set of the set of natural numbers can be put in a one-to-one correspondence with the set of real numbers.”https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_set

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The Fragility of Civilisation By John Steele

     This story illustrates how easy it would be for modern societies to spiral into chaos, given their staggering complexity, and hence lack of resilience:  https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/the_americas/in-brazil-a-truckers-strike-brings-latin-americas-largest-economy-to-a-halt/2018/05/25/fe3f06e6-6026-11e8-b656-236c6214ef01_story.html?noredirect=on&utm_term=.f3f82707479a

“SÃO PAULO, Brazil — A truckers’ strike that has thrown Brazil into chaos entered its sixth day on Saturday, with protesters blocking traffic on hundreds of highways, supermarkets rationing fruit and gas station pumps running dry. São Paulo, Brazil’s financial center and home to 12 million people, declared a state of emergency on Friday. By Saturday, 11 airports around the country had run out of fuel. Uber drivers joined the strike and blocked trucks from exiting an oil refinery in northern Brazil. The government urged Brazilians to limit their water consumption, as uncertainty grew over how long the strike would last. President Michel Temer ordered the military to break up the strike, and the government said late Friday that 45 percent of barriers on the highways had been removed. But the truckers’ union said it still wouldn’t deliver any goods. A 50 percent rise in fuel prices over the past year sparked the strike. Truckers are demanding lower gas prices, as well as reductions in taxes and tolls.”

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British White Privilege By Richard Miller

     Here is an update on some of the goings on regarding white privilege in Britain, something which will no doubt be happening here in little old Oz some time soon:  https://news.sky.com/story/nhs-must-do-more-to-tackle-white-privilege-trust-chief-says-11388667

“The NHS must do more to tackle “white privilege” and increase black and minority ethnic (BAME) representation among senior managers and directors, a leading hospital trust chief executive has told Sky News. Sarah-Jane Marsh, chief executive of Birmingham Women’s & Children’s NHS Trust, says she will no longer sit on any interview board panel that does not include a BAME member, after figures for her own trust revealed ethnic minority candidates were less likely to succeed at interview. Across NHS England as a whole, 18% of the 1.2 million staff are from a BAME background, but just 5% of very senior managers are non-white, compared to 27% of the lowest paid support staff. Ms Marsh says the lack of representation at senior levels means the NHS is not as diverse as the communities it serves, and may not be getting the best possible staff. “I know that in the NHS we have got a problem with ensuring that we have the right people in leadership positions to represent the diversity of our workforce,” she said.

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On Cancelling Rosanne: An Act in the Cultural Wars By Charles Taylor

     The number one show on US television, Roseanne, has been cancelled because of a “racism” incident (what else?):

“ABC on Tuesday made the decision to cancel its Roseanne revival after the star’s racist tweet comparing former Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett to an ape. ABC Entertainment President Channing Dungey called Barr’s comment “abhorrent, repugnant, and inconsistent with our values.” “We have decided to cancel her show,” said Dungey. In a tweet posted on Tuesday morning, Barr said the black senior adviser to President Obama was the “baby” of Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood political party and Planet of the Apes. The tweet came in response to a conspiracy-laden thread alleging Jarrett had helped cover up CIA spying. After her racist remark drew criticism on Twitter, Barr defended her statement. “It’s a joke,” she wrote in response to a CNN reporter. “Muslims r NOT a race,” she said in response to another user.

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The “Not Smart Department” By Bruce Bennett

     Do you get annoyed during movies when the hero, or villain, does the Hollywood speech, looks to the camera, thus allowing the opponent to get the drop on him? It is called entertainment, and plot armour, but in real life we would call it “suicidal telegraphing.” In boxing, beginning an attack with a long wind up circular punch gives the game away. It happens in politics too, with often disastrous results:

“Bechir Rabani infiltrated Antifa and threatened to expose Soros before he died Bechir Rabani vowed to expose George Soros before he died an investigative journalist, who went undercover to infiltrate violent leftist groups such as Antifa, has been found dead shortly after he vowed to expose billionaire globalist, George Soros.33-year-old Bechir Rabani was a hugely popular Swedish independent reporter, well known for his daring exposés. He was found dead at his home on Friday night in “suspicious circumstances” according to Police. He was working on an investigation into radical leftist mainstream journalist Robert Aschberg and his connection to George Soros funded extremist organizations when he was killed. Shortly before he died, Rabani had revealed he was about to lift the lid on mass corruption that linked Soros and Aschberg.Culture Wars reports: Bechir Rabani gained popularity when he tried to confront Expressen’s (left wing newspaper) editor in chief Thomas Mattson and journalist Diamant Salihu in their homes in Stockholm.”

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Letter to The Editor - Christians are indeed wise to heed biblical injunctions to remember God and his commandments and also to remember their own shortcomings

To The Melbourne Anglican          I was disappointed to learn that the beautiful chapel of my old school, Melbourne Grammar, has been used or, as I believe, misused for a 'Shoah Memorial Service' (TMA May). 'Holocaust remembrance' can be characterized as a secular propaganda movement whose core tenets are strongly disputed by a significant number of intelligent and responsible historical revisionists, some of whom are currently persecuted in a most disgraceful manner. That such a commemoration is 'Christian' can be reasonably disputed. This concern that a holy place is being utilized wrongly for partisan political purposes is strengthened by the report that a student spoke at the event about 'the dispossession Indigenous people in Australia experienced when white people came here'. Such a speech can readily be viewed as part of an ongoing campaign to unjustifiably de-authorize our nation. Christians are indeed wise to heed biblical injunctions to remember God and his commandments and also to remember their own shortcomings. However, they cannot ethically claim to atone for the alleged sins of others. In the present case 'remembrance' appears to be, really, the promotion of 'politically correct' and worldly ideology.  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - Some universities are making it harder to defend "established social norms" in public discussion of "indigenous land rights"

To The Australian          The sustained campaign to persuade the government to resile from its sensible rejection of the recommendations of the Uluru Statement from the Heart ("Turnbull out of touch with post-Mabo reality, says Chaney", 5/6) is intensifying. After Noel Pearson's proposed "declaration" with its grossly biased account of Australian history and political realities, we now have a personal attack on the prime minister which raises the question: "Just what really is 'post-Mabo reality'?" One answer can be seen in Kevin Donnelly's defence of free speech in our universities and its importance in calling out the campaign "to ensure generations of Australians feel guilty about an event beyond their control and to ensure continued funding for an indigenous industry dependent on taxpayers" ("Gender activists have a curious love of big brother", 5/6). Some universities are making it harder to defend "established social norms" in public discussion of "indigenous land rights". Fred Chaney clearly believes that "post-Mabo reality" is a step in the right direction. Perhaps the reverse is true and a new wound has been opened in the body politic.  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

How to Foster Famine - By Viv Forbes

     Famine has haunted humans for most of their history. In the days of the Pharaohs, whenever the Nile River failed to flood, Egypt starved. Joseph was called in and he organised stockpiling of grain for famine relief. Even mighty Rome suffered famines – in 436 BC thousands of starving people threw themselves into the Tiber. The cold Middle Ages in Europe were haunted by famines. In the 11th and 12th century, famines averaged one in 14 years. Even in England there were 22 recorded famines in the 13th century. In 1235, 20,000 people died in London and people ate horse flesh, bark and grass. There were great famines in India, Bengal, France, China and Russia.

     In more recent times, man-made famines were more common in the Comrade Societies – some wit once remarked that “Soviet agriculture has just suffered its 23rd consecutive year of unseasonal weather”. Some famines were deliberate policy such as Stalin’s liquidation of the Kulaks in 1918 and his starvation of Ukraine in the 1932-33, while other dictators like Mao in China and Pol Pot in Cambodia caused famine with destructive collectivist farm policies. Famines eased in Europe and North America from about 1860, partly because crops improved with warmer weather and also because of the great increases in land opened up in the Americas for farming and grazing.

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Letter to The Editor - There is every justification for most Australians to be deeply fearful about the more-or-less open destruction of our great Constitution

To The Australian          The proposed new Independent Office for Aboriginal People ('Echoes of Uluru as nascent office hailed for voice to parliament', 7/6) is plainly another step in the ongoing plan to divide this continent into two nations. Those behind this campaign know that in any fairly phrased referendum the vast majority of Australians would oppose such a separation. Thus an approach of 'Fabian gradualism' is being employed. WA Aboriginal Affairs Minister Ben Wyatt ignores the great achievements of British Australia in the pioneering era of our national history and slanderously sums them up as motivated by 'colonial racist and supremacist values'. There is every justification for most Australians to be deeply fearful about the more-or-less open destruction of our great Constitution that is happening. If only public opposition could become 'relentless', for continuing apathy will lead to disaster!  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

Letter to The Editor - The Victorian state opposition is right that the making of treaties is a prerogative of the federal government

To The Age          Greens MP Lidia Thorpe is simply wrong in claiming that Aboriginal people still own Victoria ('Aboriginal treaty must go further: Greens MP', 7/6). Sovereignty of the state has long been vested in Her Majesty the Queen of Australia. The only correct way to change that situation would be by a properly conducted referendum as stipulated by our Constitution. Radical agitators know that no such referendum would give them the result they want, so they are trying all sorts of spurious efforts of de-authorization of our nation, its history and government. Some states claiming without a thread of legal justification to have the right to enact treaties with 'the Aboriginal people' (a community not easily defined) is one such strategy. The Victorian state opposition is right that the making of treaties is a prerogative of the federal government.  Nigel Jackson, Belgrave, Vic

The “Pop” Revolution is Beginning in Italy By James Reed

     Few of us read/speak Italian, and the news from Italy is highly filtered, but basically the EU New World Order elites have come down on the populist elected government because the elites want endless immigration as part of their program to demographically displace white Europeans. Here, though, is the mainstream story, with the line that reveals all: “The Establishment Strikes Back”:

“The leaders of Italy’s two main populist parties appeared to be throwing down a gauntlet at Europe last week, forming an anti-establishment government that they imagined would act on their staunchly anti-Brussels agenda. But on Sunday, Italian President Sergio Mattarella picked that gauntlet up and delivered his own challenge. Mattarella, who holds rarely used veto power over cabinet ministers, blocked the appointment of 81-year-old Paolo Savona as finance minister, citing Savona’s long-held opposition to the euro. Neither of the two parties forming Italy’s coalition government — the anti-establishment Five Star Movement and the ultranationalist League — had campaigned on exiting the single currency, and Mattarella suggested he was acting in the country’s interests by vetoing Savona.

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Civil War in Action: A Weekend in Chicago By Charles Taylor

     Just in case you Aussies are wondering about the mechanics of how a society breaks down and rots, here is a weekend in Chicago. I lived there long ago, but now I wouldn’t even want to visit the place under armed guard in a tank:

“Saturday8:22PM — “Mayhem,” says the downtown police dispatcher, taking a few brief seconds to summarize what she and Chicago cops are dealing with.

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The British Gender Agenda By Mrs Vera West

     Isn’t it amazing, incredible in fact, that we are having a literal explosion of these gender identity issues now? We may believe that these are socially constructed by media attention, but while the social construction explanation is used by the Left for everything else, such as race issues, which don’t exist being social constructions, unless it can somehow be used against primarily Northern European whites, for gender identity, that is definitely real and not a social construction.   https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/6306769/2356-children-including-kids-age-4-are-seeking-help-for-gender-issues/

“A RECORD 2,356 children including some as young as four are seeking medical help for gender issues. The number referred by GPs last year has more than tripled from 673 in 2014/15. They were assigned to The Tavistock Centre in North London, the UK’s only facility for such issues in under-18s. Official NHS figures show most cases involve 15 and 16-year-olds. But 329 patients were under 13. Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner raised awareness after transitioning in 2015. Clinic director Dr Polly Carmichael said: “There is no single explanation for the rise. There has been significant progress towards the acceptance and recognition of transgender and gender-diverse people.”

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Anarcho-Tyrannical Britain By Tom North

     With the continuous flood of events, represented in news articles coming from Britain depicting the rise of multicultural fascism, it is surely time to declare that Britain has ceased to be part of the West. It has abandoned all of the traditions of liberal democracy that originally made it Western, and now it is beginning its transition to a new type of mutant multicultural entity, which we know not what. The tale of the headlines well shows that Britain has long gone:  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2583243/Islamic-teacher-sexually-abused-girl-11-taught-Koran-spared-jail-hes-benefits-wife-doesnt-speak-English.html    https://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/law-and-order/10707279/Koran-teacher-who-abused-girl-is-spared-jail-to-help-his-family.html    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NX88Sb3rtQU    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4075328/Man-jailed-leaving-bacon-sandwiched-outside-mosque-dead-prison-half-way-12-month-sentence.html    https://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/americas/muslim-hate-crime-bacon-mosque-man-jailed-15-years-michael-wolfe-florida-a8098926.html    https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/britains-worst-ever-child-grooming-12165527    https://sputniknews.com/analysis/201804091063289247-uk-muslim-grooming-gangs/

     Societies have collapsed from less than this. Surely, the evidence is in that Britain, and many other European countries, are rotten in their moral core and will not survive. Australian monarchists perhaps should start mediating upon this, if they don’t yet see the writing in blood upon the wall of history.

Financial Storm is a Comin’; Listen to What the Man Says By James Reed

     Shucks, if this guy does not know about financial crisis and the collapse of economies after years of raiding, then no-one knows:

“In a speech delivered Tuesday in Paris, billionaire investor George Soros warned that the world could be on the brink of another devastating financial crisis, as debt crises re-emerge in Europe and a strengthening dollar pressures both the US’s emerging- and developed-market rivals. And Europe, with Italy dragging worries about the possible dissolution of the euro back to the forefront, won’t be far behind. Political pressures like the dissolution of its transatlantic alliance with the US will eventually translate into economic harm. Presently, Europe is facing three pressing problems: The refugee crisis, the austerity policy that has hindered Europe’s economic development, and territorial disintegration - not only Brexit, but the threat that countries like Italy might follow suit...”

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