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The ridiculous row over Blackface

[...] deeply patriotic black American soprano, Leontyne Price (now 92), wore whiteface in order to play the role of Cio-Cio-San (Butterfly . . .

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Trump administers the antidote to the Toxic Left

Apart from the Democrat die-hard haters, most of the house leapt to their feet, clapping and began to chant “U.S.A! U.S.A!” President Trump beamed with delight and said, “That sounds so good . . .

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The Left is the enemy of the Free World

These leftist overlords are not “the resistance,” a term they have appropriated from their betters, as if they are fighting for something noble and free. They are the grey authoritarian establishment and the enemy of free thought, free speech, free lives, free markets and free democracies . . .

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Phil Gifford writes Cam Slater deserves his stroke: The compassionate Left speaks

Only two days ago, I had a conversation with a fairly right-wing friend of mine, a big-hearted, decent, compassionate woman who makes the common error of thinking that the lefties are about as decent as she is, but just tend to be a bit misguided.

Because I follow politics in a lot more detail than my friend does, I pointed out that she is projecting her own sense of decency onto the left and that they are in fact infernally vicious and thick – and they assume everyone else is as vicious and as thick as they are.  She thought I was being “a tad too harsh” on them.  As she topped up my wine glass, I replied that I knew them better than she did.

I have just had one of those “how right I was” moments brought home to me perfectly; not that I needed it, for I already know that I’m right, but it’s instructive in just how horribly vicious lefties can be while they parade around pretending to be people of compassion.

Right wing journalist and commentator, Cameron Slater, of Whaleoil media fame, had a stroke three months ago in Oct 2018, a fact that the media only got hold of today because a Whaleoil post wrote about the event  in a post titled “Where the hell is Cam?”

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Casual Racism is Healthy

I’ll make it crystal clear: American culture was founded by entirely white, nearly all English, men. What made it superior was its importing of English jurisprudence with the added improvement after the Revolutionary war of becoming a Constitutional Republic, instead of a Constitutional Monarchy, as England remained . . .

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Decisions made in the dark after no debate

Olivia Pierson

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Far from being the transparent government Jacinda Ardern promised to lead, New Zealand has instead been betrayed after she and Winston Peters decided to vote in support of the UN Global Migration Compact.  The two coalition leaders kept their decision-making hidden in secrecy, far from prying media eyes, stating only as late as two days ago that they had made “no decision yet” regarding the compact. Then they quietly went ahead and voted for it (if they hadn’t already).

Why the secrecy?

Because the compact is deeply controversial among UN Member countries.  Right at the very moment when Ms Ardern and Mr Peters were engaged in voting for this monumental decision on the future of New Zealand, a rebellion erupted in Belgium over Prime Minister Charles Michel’s intent to support the compact – a rebellion which has brought down his government.  Charles Michel resigned after a vote of no-confidence from his parliament.

The United States was the first to reject the compact; President Trump will allow no-one to interfere with his nation’s sovereignty to decide who is allowed to cross its borders. Australia has rejected it for the same reasons, as has Switzerland, Latvia, Bulgaria, Austria, Italy, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Liechtenstein, Romania, Singapore, Chile and Israel.

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Politics and War

Crises happen because we get to a point in civilisation where several generations are so busy living, begetting, transacting, pursuing happiness and enjoying the offerings of peace, that we fail to pay sufficient attention to issues which may pose a threat . . .

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Brexit won, then stymied, thanks to Nigel Farage

Farage should’ve been Robinson’s greatest ally -  but Farage betrayed him, just as he betrayed Brexit . . .

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Give me liberty or give me forced egalitarianism!

Why was the American Revolution such a monumental success in comparison to the French Revolution . . .

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Steve Bannon and The Movement

[...] it was Farage who introduced the two men originally at a lunch in London.  The goal is an international populist organisation reaching from Canada to Asia . . .

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