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Archive for August, 2016

“Islamophobia”: Created By The Muslim Brotherhood To Silence Critics

Posted by Picard578 on August 21, 2016

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Rounding Up The Chicoms

Posted by Picard578 on August 10, 2016

Rounding Up The Chicoms by David Archibald, author of Australia’s Defence (Connor Court) and Twilight of Abundance (Regnery) 2 August 2016   We study history so as to not repeat it. If your ad…

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Nazi roots of multiculturalism

Posted by Picard578 on August 3, 2016

The origin of multiculturalism, typically seen as a liberal, leftist system of belief, lies with two Nazis, Martin Heidegger and Paul de Man. National Socialist philosophy became the basis of Deconstructionism, an irrational belief system that rejects facts for feelings, and holds that there is no truth, which then means that all ideas and cultures are equally valuable (a basis of multiculturalism). Multiculturalism is inverted Nazism – whereas Nazism is based on the hatred of minority by majority, multiculturalism is based on the hatred of majority by minority, including that within majority’s own ranks. This is the basis of the liberal-progressive self-hatred, which leads to anything associated with Western, white people, to be rejected, and only race or class has any meaning. It permeates the academia and anything associated with it. Both Deconstructionism and Nazism are determined by a web of inherently irrational assumptions and emotions. Read the rest of this entry »

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