Category Archives: Culture

December 10, 2017

The Truth About Untruth | Postmodernism Exposed – Stefan Molyneux (Video)

What is the intellectual history of postmodernism and what impact does it have on the world today? Stefan Molyneux outline the origins of the controversial intellectual movement and discusses the existence of truth.

December 3, 2017

Britain’s Hate Speech Police – Pat Condell (Video)

UK police have been politicised by Common Purpose cultural Marxism, and are no longer neutral.

December 2, 2017

Japan Confirms its Policy of Minimal Immigration to Defend Culture, Jobs

Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, told his parliament last week that he has “no intention” of accepting more migrants despite pressure from the UN Refugee Agency.

During a debate in Japan’s parliament, Mr. Abe argued that accepting foreign workers should is justifiable only where they are truly needed to “keep Japan’s economy and infrastructure sustainable.”

The 63-year-old prime minister is a confirmed nationalist and an admirer of U.S. President Donald Trump, and has pursued a “Japan-first” economic policy that has been compared to that of Mr. Trump.

The admiration seems to be mutual, and the two leaders spent a fair amount of time together during Trump’s Asia trip earlier this month. “Our relationship is really extraordinary,” Mr. Trump said. “We like each other and our countries like each other. And I don’t think we’ve ever been closer to Japan than we are right now.”

Japan is an ethnically homogeneous nation, with less than 2 percent of the population foreign born, and its immigration policies are designed to defend Japan’s cultural identity as well as to insure national security. It also aims to protect the local job market to keep unemployment to a minimum.

Tokyo has claimed that many people seek asylum in Japan in order to find work, since people applying for refugee status have access to renewable work permits.

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November 29, 2017

Canada: Identity vs. Values – Faith Goldy (Video)

Is there such thing as a core Canadian identity; or, are we just a geographical location for ‘muh values’? What has been the effect of Canada’s immigration points system, state multiculturalism, and The Charter on our identity (and our ‘values’) and what does that mean given Canada’s looming demographic headstand?

November 25, 2017

Morrissey: ‘If you make everything multicultural, you won’t have any culture’

‘I want Germany to be German. I want France to be French.’

Music legend Morrissey has hit out at multiculturalism and Angela Merkel, accusing her in an interview with German media of destroying Europe’s identity.

“If you try to make everything multicultural, you will not have any culture in the end,” the Smiths frontman told the Spiegel newspaper.

“I want Germany to be German. I want France to be French.”

The ‘Big Mouth Strikes Again’ singer criticised Angela Merkel’s open border policy. He said: “Berlin has become the rape capital. Many people think it was a mistake of Angela Merkel that she said in the beginning: ‘Come, come here!’ And then: ‘Yikes, yikes, don’t!’ ”

He rounded the interview off by going back to identity, summarising his point by saying: “I think every country should preserve its identity. Millions of people have died for German identity. If you think they deserve respect, you must protect their country. “

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November 24, 2017

The History of Sex in America, Part 1 by Ann Coulter

1968-1991: Manson Family values swept the nation, with the rise of the Worst Generation. Left-wing men, from senators to hippies, treated women as subjugated beings and sexual playthings.

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“Spotlight on sexual harassment moves victims to break silence”

“Women Drawing the Line”

“The Evolving Concept of Sexual Harassment”

Thousands and thousands of headlines like these appeared in newspapers across the country — back in 1991. Spare us the self-righteousness, millennials.

Just as every new generation thinks it discovered sex, refusing to wonder how they came kicking and screaming into the world, apparently the new thing is for every generation to think it discovered sexual harassment.

Historical note for my younger readers: George Washington didn’t grab women’s breasts or force them to watch him masturbate.

There have been tectonic shifts in Americans’ attitudes about sex, but the idea of thanking someone by sending him a prostitute with a note in her vagina is of relatively recent vintage. (Hat tip: Hollywood’s Robert Evans!) (For Larry David fans, Evans’ birth name was Robert Shapera.)

These are the major epochs in American sexual history:

1607-1968: Women in America were treated better than any place else on Earth, at any time in history.

1968-1991: Manson Family values swept the nation, with the rise of the Worst Generation. Left-wing men, from senators to hippies, treated women as subjugated beings and sexual playthings.

The Weathermen forced girls into group sex. The Supreme Court granted constitutional protection to the most vile forms of pornography. Hollywood dumped the Hays Code, and promptly went pedal-to-the-metal on movies showing the bright side of the sexual exploitation of women.

Sen. Teddy Kennedy let a girl drown at Chappaquiddick, after driving with his lights off to avoid detection on the way to a late-night extramarital liaison, and then didn’t report the accident for hours, passing houses with their lights on, while he tried to construct an alibi, ending with him asking his cousin to say he was driving.

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November 22, 2017

Melissa Chen: How Postmodernism Attacks Enlightenment Values (Video)

Melissa Chen is a Genome scientist born in Singapore. This is part of the talks at Mythcon 2017.

November 18, 2017

Hey Millennials: Communism Sucks, I Lived It

Imagine a system where the key to success wasn’t hard work or merit, but conniving and politics. If you sold your soul to the devil, you were rewarded.

A recent poll found that fifty percent of millennials say they would rather live in a communist or socialist country than in a capitalist democracy. These numbers can’t be laughed off — they should frighten you. Maybe they don’t know what communism means.

I do. I lived in Communist Poland.

Perhaps those fifty percent of millennials were not properly taught about communism in school. That’s too bad, and dangerous. So here are some examples for those misguided millennials to ponder, all of which I experienced in communist Poland.

Unreliable electricity

Do you millennials enjoy having electricity on demand to charge your devices? Then you would hate Action “O.” Action “O” stood for “Oszczednosc,” which translates to “Savings.” Poland’s communist government would notoriously turn off electricity to various areas of the city to “save” energy.

They had an interesting system which they described as “customer oriented”: they would turn the electricity off for one minute and turn it back on for five minutes as a warning that a shutoff was coming. You had exactly five minutes to find your matches and candles, because after that electricity would shut off for several hours.

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November 15, 2017

Steve Bannon: Same Causes of Roman Empire’s Decline Can Be Seen in America Today

In a new biography by Keith Koffler, Breitbart News Executive Chairman Stephen K. Bannon shares his reminiscences about Edward Gibbon’s The History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, calling the tome one of his six most formative influences, and comparing America’s challenges to those to which our forebearers succumbed.

“I’m not a multiculturalist,” Bannon relates in Bannon: Always the Rebel, explaining:

America has “an underlying culture, that has been passed down from Jerusalem, to Athens, to Rome, to London. It’s the belief in self-reliance, it’s the belief in the self-determination of the individual. It’s freedom to be the traditional family. The culture that is our way of life. I think it’s absolutely vital and important. And we have an obligation to those that came before us as much as we have an obligation to the people in the future to pass that down.”

The Romans, Bannon gleans from Gibbon, “[Are] the people most like us. … They built this great empire and how it all slipped away over time.”

First published in six volumes between 1776 and 1789, the Englishman Gibbon’s work is a landmark of historical scholarship, setting the pattern for modern history writing. The Roman Empire was the greatest power the Western world had ever known, and its long shadow still cast noticeably over Gibbon’s enlightenment Europe. His flowery narrative of three centuries of decadence and decline that followed the reign of Emperor Marcus Aurelius featured prominently in the schooling of ten generations of school children and university students across the English-speaking world. Like much of the classical Western Canon, it began to fall out of favor in the latter twentieth century.

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November 2, 2017

Gen. John Kelly Defends Robert E. Lee and Christopher Columbus

White House chief of staff Gen. John Kelly defended Robert E. Lee and Christopher Columbus, saying it was a “mistake” to judge historical figures by modern standards.

“It’s inconceivable to me that you would take what we think now and apply it back then – I just think it’s very very dangerous,” he said. “It shows you how much a lack of an appreciation of history and what history is.”

Kelly made his comments during an interview with Fox News host Laura Ingraham who asked him about the controversy over monuments of historical figures.

Kelly said that Lee was an “honorable man” who chose to fight for his state, pointing out that the loyalty to one’s state was more important to Americans in that era.

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