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BBC Question Time On Trump’s Presidency

So the God Emperor has ascended to the throne and now comes the time of plenty as our liberal masters have to deal with it as a fact of political and cultural life. The American liberal elites have been pummeled by Trump and his supporters for 18 months and many of us here in Britain could do nothing more than offer our support from the sidelines. Our own liberal masters were somewhat shielded from Trump while he was merely a Republican candidate, but no longer, now they too have to deal with it and we, like the Americans, get to …

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Shia LaBeouf’s “He Will Not Divide Us” Live Stream Ruthlessly Trolled by /pol/

Shia LaBeouf the degenerate Jew best known for his role in many unwatchable Hollywood films, has launched a continuous four year live stream to protest Donald Trump. Setup in New York City outside the Museum of the Moving Image, LaBeouf is encouraging people to stop by and say “he will not divide us” throughout Trump’s presidency. It is perhaps one of the most retarded things one could imagine. You can check it out at the website hewillnotdivide.us. I guess LaBeouf foolishly thinks he’s creating some type of clever anti-Trump propaganda by doing this. In reality, he’s doing the opposite. He has unleashed the forces of …

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The Xir Response to Trump’s Inauguration

An anti-Trump protester screams 'no' as Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th US President pic.twitter.com/qmsaFmMSkr — ITV News (@itvnews) January 20, 2017 That is funny as hell. But again I cannot tell if a shitlib protestor is man, woman, or xir-beast. The modern Left is a Rorschach test. What sex and/or species do you see?

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So Let’s Play A Game Of ”Who Are The Elite?”

New Statesman journalist Julia Rampen has been somewhat triggered by Labour’s far left leader, Jeremy Corbyn, because Corbyn is in the habit of referring to an elusive ‘elite’ that he never directly names. Who are these mysterious people who run everything but nobody names? Can we use Corbyn’s cryptic hints and clues to solve this riddle?. Julia has become so interested in this puzzle that she wrote an article at the New Statesman asking us who these people are.

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A Vodka For Your Thoughts

The news has been inundated with claims of Russian interference in the U.S. election. The Hillary losers just can’t fathom that running a tired, old, and sick lesbian was not a winning strategy. During this dust-up, the pols and media have been in a frenzy over leaked e-mails from the Hillary campaign and DNC. Is the concern over the illegal and nefarious content of these e-mails showing collusion and other criminal activity? No. The concern is that the e-mails were shown at all and people were able to read about the criminal activity of the Clintons and the internals of …

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Madison Grant and the American Nation

The critic Northop Frye wrote of Oswald Spengler’s magnum opus, “If The Decline of the West were nothing else, it would still be one of the world’s great Romantic poems.”[1] Much the same could be said of Madison Grant’s Conquest of the Continent, or rather that it is, all at once, a great history and a great poem. The book is exhaustively researched, with some four years of preparatory work[2], and it announces itself, modestly and scholarly, as “an effort to make an estimate of the various elements, national and racial, existing in the present population of the United States …

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Donald Trump as Zionist

Given the record of frosty relations with Prime Minister Netanyahu, President Obama’s parting shot at Israel comes as no surprise. After years of standing up for Israel at the UN Security Council, the US has abstained from a resolution that, among other things, “reaffirms that the establishment by Israel of settlements in the Palestinian territory occupied since 1967, including East Jerusalem, has no legal validity and constitutes a flagrant violation under international law and a major obstacle to the achievement of the two-State solution and a just, lasting and comprehensive peace.” The resolution was framed by the US as intended to …

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The Real Obama Legacy, Part 2: The Economy

See also Part 1 Shortly after his inauguration in 2009, President Obama invited Republican leaders in Congress to the White House to discuss their proposals for stimulating the economy. In this gesture of goodwill he failed to mention that House Democrats had already drafted and passed a stimulus bill without consulting them. Every GOP idea had been left out.

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White Renegade of the Year—2016

Glenn Beck heads towards well-deserved oblivion. You could argue it didn’t begin with Donald Trump. Or Ron Paul. Or even the Alt-Right. The resurgence of populism and white identity politics began with Glenn Beck. The first time observers started to see the rising Middle American Revolution was in 2010 at Mr. Beck’s “Restoring Honor” rally. An estimated 87,000 overwhelmingly white Americans gathered on the mall, for a purpose no one could really define. Was it a religious revival? A celebration of patriotism? An expression of outrage? Each attendee and speaker had a different answer.

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The Year Of The Beast And The Illusion Of Permanence

You’d have to have a hard heart indeed not to be mildly moved by the poetic tragedy of Debbie Reynolds dying just a day after her daughter, (((Carrie Fisher))). And just days before the passing of (((Carrie Fisher))), (((George Michael’s))) heart gave out one last time. A few days after Donald Trump was elected (((Leonard Cohen))) passed away prompting (((Jonathon Freedland))) to write in The Guardian ”Trump’s world is too dark – even for Leonard Cohen”. At the beginning of 2016 we lost Starman David Bowie and at the end we lost Star Wars’s Princess Leia, and in-between the western …

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Precedents for Pizzagate

To reiterate a point that should be clear to the more astute reader, my goal in this series (part 1, part 2) has not been to defend “Pizzagate” as such. My goal has been to defend the people who want to investigate it against specific accusations levied against them by people who think Pizzagate has revealed no intriguing information at all—for a specific reason, which I will be honing in and focusing on much more directly in this closing entry.  Whereas the mainstream critics of Pizzagate would have you believe that the dividing line is between paranoid conspiracy theorist followers of “fake …

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The Unbearable Burden

Author Nikesh Shukla—a fat brown man who appears to sweat a lot—has just been named one of Foreign Policy magazine’s “100 Global Thinkers of 2016.” He won this award for his work focusing on the “unbearable whiteness of publishing.” Ironically, his surname is a word of Sanskrit origin meaning “white.” In books such as The Good Immigrant, the British citizen complains that British society is unfairly dominated by indigenous Britons. I think I’ll move to India, bitch about how the Indian publishing industry is stacked in favor of Indians, and then expect to receive grants and awards…or maybe not.

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Muh Leppo: The Battle Cry of the Jingocuck

Have you heard the news? There’s a humanitarian disaster unfolding in a Leppo because an evil dictator is dropping bombs and airstrikes on his own people. Civilians are being killed in a war. We’ve got to do something, and by something I mean bomb the winning side because reasons (which will prolong the war actually).

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The Curious Case of Daniel Quilp

Chaucer, Shakespeare and Dickens are perhaps the three central figures of English literature. Representing respectively poetry, drama and prose, they have been hugely influential for centuries, read, analysed and quoted by countless millions around the world in every language from English and Afrikaans to Hindi and Mandarin. Viral Vectors But in modern times all three of them have also been condemned as vectors of an ancient and deadly ideological virus: anti-Semitism. In the Prioress’s Tale (c. 1390), Chaucer wrote of a saintly Christian child murdered by evil Jews. In The Merchant of Venice (c. 1596), Shakespeare brought life to Shylock, …

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Chosen Leaders, Proven Failures

With a few notable exceptions, political leaders are chosen by political leaders, and not by electorates or community-based organizations or popular assemblies. Popular media figures and the so-called ‘pundits’, including academics and self-declared experts and ‘think-tank’ analysts reinforce and propagate these choices. A collection of terms and pseudo concepts are essential in validating what is really an oligarchical process. These concepts are tagged onto whoever is chosen by the elite for electoral candidates or for the seizure of political power. With this framework in mind, we have to critically analyze the symbols and signs used by popular opinion-makers as they …

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Refugees Welcome: The Diaries

Mary Engleheart, Mary’s blog called ”Migration Diaries” is an account of her pro-refugee activism and tales of daring-do from the front-lines in the Calais migrant jungle. Mary recently wrote an article entitled ”A shout out to the men of fighting age” it’s Mary attempting to refute and debunk the ”men of fighting age” headline which has become something of a meme. The problem is, when I read Mary’s article I had the distinct feeling she might be slightly embellishing the facts, and that there might just be a hint of bias in her piece, indeed, I frequently burst out laughing …

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XOG Intensifies Desire To Remove Non-Narrative Content From Internet

The Xenophile Occupation Government (XOG) has through its Cathedral organs decided to work against memes. They will do so by creating a centralized registry of images, in which any tagged on one service will be banned on all. This is post-Orwellian madness designed to remove the presence of anything but the Leftist narrative: Web giants YouTube , Facebook , Twitter and Microsoft will step up efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database. The companies will share ‘hashes’ – unique digital fingerprints they automatically assign to videos or photos – of extremist content they have …

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Oy Vey over Taipei

The Cold War casts a long shadow, and in Asia it never really ended. India and the Philippines have localized maoist rebels. There are still two Koreas. As many tend to forget, there are still two Chinas as well. Thanks to President Trump’s recent chat over the phone with the president of Taiwan, America’s geographically illiterate are learning that. Chinese history is long and complicated so I will spare you most of it; the short version is that China’s colossal civil war in the first half of the 20th century ended without Total Celestial Victory. Communists took over the mainland …

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A Study in Anti–White Media Lies: Are Right–Wing Extremists More Likely to Kill you Than Muslim Terrorists?

The problem goes deeper than leftist rags like ThinkProgress. It goes even deeper than Salon. If you want to see how deeply anti-white and anti-conservative attitudes have grown into the mainstream media today, you must look no further than Newsweek and the New York Times. In these articles, we read that: 1. “You Are More Than 7 Times As Likely To Be Killed By A Right-Wing Extremist Than By Muslim Terrorists” (ThinkProgress) [1] 2. “right wing arson attacks . . . setting fire to churches with predominantly black or racially mixed congregations . . . are no ordinary crimes, but an attempt to use violence …

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Anomie, Anime, and the Alt-Right

This article will hit levels of Vivaldian neo-irony that shouldn’t even be possible. The lines between sincerity and satire will blur. Description and prescription will become unintelligible. Nevertheless, I do believe it to be an important phenomenon, that there is a link between anime and the Alt-Right, tied to the social phenomenon of anomie. It is a persistent meme, one that predates and will outlive anime girls in Trump hats. There is a founder effect that some of the Alt-Right will never completely escape from, because it springs from the same alienation as the rest of the movement.

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The 4 Major Power Centers Of The Globalist Left

We won. I can say honestly that I’ve been experiencing major dopamine release since Trump was announced President (the ‘winning’ effect produces this sensation, as well as social dominance). It’s an amazing time to be alive, and we all truly deserved that victory. We worked hard for it. We celebrated. But now it’s time to get back to work, and get back to work quickly.

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