Similarities between the early 2000’s Eminem, and the 2016/17 Donald Trump, are undeniable. The rebellious, anti- establishment, decidedly provocative nature of both figures certainly drew me in, as I supported Donald Trump’s run for President, and I enjoy Eminem’s older music. Sure differences between the two are obvious, but Eminem and Donald Trump’s success was… Continue reading Donald Trump and Eminem
Clarion Project, by Meira Svirsky, July 12, 2017: Doublespeak is language that deliberately distorts or even reverses the meaning of words. For example, when critics of radical Islam expose this extremism for what is it, their critics call them “Islamophobes;” when those who call themselves “social justice warriors” campaigning for tolerance exhibit just the opposite… Continue reading ‘Islamist,’ ‘Terrorist’ Now Forbidden Words
Gatestone Institute, by Giulio Meotti, April 21, 2017: Maastricht, in the Netherlands, is the picturesque city that gave its name to the famous treaty signed in 1992 by the twelve nations of the European Community at the time, and which paved the way for the foundation of today’s European Union and the single currency, the… Continue reading Europe: Making Itself into the New Afghanistan?
In this era of tolerance, the only group that can be acceptably be ridiculed, criticized and mocked based on racial origins, are white people. Routinely, the customs and norms of white people are openly derided in public spheres, while minorities remain sacred cows. Any criticism of minority ethnic groups is instantly regarded as racist, while the… Continue reading Open anti- white sentiment
Much of what made Donald Trump’s campaign so great were his promises to repudiate political correctness and the hypersensitivities of the modern generation. The hysterical reaction from generation snowflake in response to his victory, is one I will cherish for years to come. Given we all laugh when the Social Justice Warrior’s frenzied outcries come to… Continue reading The problem of oversensitive Trump supporters
We know already about how the mainstream left, seeks to denigrate all those who raise questions of the Islamist ideology. But now, even genuine, moderate reformers, such as Ayaan Hirsi Ali and Maajid Nawaz, have been termed ‘anti- Muslim extremists’. So long as this predicament of laying siege to those who dare criticize Islam continues,… Continue reading The unholy alliance between the Left and Islam
Today it has been revealed that University of Sydney staff are planning to boycott John Howard’s receiving of an honary dictorate in protest against the supposed ‘racist’ and ‘war criminal’. Never mind that this man was our Prime Minister for 12 years. But out of this madness, 2 questions must be asked. Why is it that we… Continue reading Boycott of John Howard?
Immigration minister Peter Dutton, has recently come under fire for his remarks regarding refugees, after he stated that any increase in humanitarian intake would lead to further ‘illiterate and innumerate’ people residing Australia. Dutton also suggested that refugees would likely ‘languish in unemployment queues and on Medicare’. Predictably, Dutton has been assailed by the left, with opposition leader Bill Shorten condemning the… Continue reading Some timely refugee logic
John Cleese, the famous British comedian, shares his insights on how the religion of permanent offence, along with its trusted ally political correctness, has damaged the state of comedy. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/auhome/index.html
Today marks world hijab day. That is all well and great, but where is a similar globally recognized and emphasised day for Buddhism, Hinduism, or Sikhism? Stuck in the perennial idea that Muslims are victims, all this day represents is a tenet of political correctness, and excessive pandering to Islam. http://www.sbs.com.au/news/article/2014/02/01/aussies-mark-world-hijab-day