Category Archives: Batshit Crazy Homicidal Progressives

Media’s “true allegiance” revealed in Antifa’s violent attack on Faith Goldy

My former Rebel colleague, independent conservative journalist Faith Goldy, was attacked by Antifa thugs at the Quebec-U.S. border.

It happened at Roxham Road, an area that’s a well known point of entry for migrants fleeing possible deportation from the U.S., by illegally entering Canada.

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Hitzacker / Germany: 60 left-wing extremist thugs storm a policeman’s private home

The police speak of “a new quality of violence”: 60 people, most of them masked, attacked the property and private home of a policeman in Hitzacker on Friday evening. After a peaceful demonstration in Gorleben, around 60 people, most of them disguised, stormed the grounds and private home of a police officer in Hitzacker, Lower Saxony, on Friday evening.

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Far-right and Fascist “anti-fascist” groups to protest at Roxham Rd. on Saturday

Hundreds of people are expected to converge on the U.S. border at Roxham Rd. Saturday in yet another showdown between far-right groups protesting what they call “illegal” immigration through the porous border and counter-protesters hoping to drown them out.

Storm Alliance, created by the splintering of the anti-immigrant Soldiers of Odin, is planning a “United for border protection” protest at 1 p.m. On their Facebook page, members were busily trying to arrange transport from various Quebec regions to Hemmingford.

But counter-protesters, mostly migrant justice groups from both sides of the border, hope to arrive in greater numbers starting at 11 a.m

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From the Guardian… How white women use strategic tears to avoid accountability

That the voices of “women of colour” are getting louder and more influential is a testament less to the accommodations made by the dominant white culture and more to their own grit in a society that implicitly – and sometimes explicitly – wants them to fail.

At the Sydney writers’ festival on Sunday, editor of Djed Press, Hella Ibrahim, relayed the final minutes of a panel on diversity featuring writers from the western Sydney Sweatshop collective. One of the panellists, Winnie Dunn, in answering a question about the harm caused by good intentions, had used the words “white people” and “shit” in the same sentence. This raised the ire of a self-identified white woman in the audience who interrogated the panellists as to “what they think they have to gain” by insulting people who “want to read their stories.”

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‘Day for Freedom’ protest in London: Scuffles break out as thousands descend on capital for far-right rally

A number of scuffles broke out as thousands of people descended on London for a ‘Day for Freedom’ rally that saw appearances from high profile far-right speakers.

The rally, which organisers said was to “defend free speech”, began at Whitehall in central London at 3pm, with members of the right-wing ‘Democratic Football Lads Alliance’ and the ‘Veterans Against Terrorism’ groups in attendance.

Video footage emerged on social media of a number of scuffles breaking out amid a counter-protest by (Nazis) anti-fascism activists.

(Nazi) Counter-activists were filmed chanting “Nazi scum” repeatedly at those attending the march as they walked by.

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Understanding the psychology of pure hate

Randa Jarrar

From Alex Berezow at ACSH:

Randa Jarrar, an English professor at Fresno State, is rightfully in hot water. In a Twitter tirade, she called the recently deceased Barbara Bush an “amazing racist” and said she was “happy the witch is dead.” For good measure, she wished death upon the rest of the Bush Family.

Let’s set aside the issues of free speech and tenure to focus on a bigger underlying concern: The psychology of pure, unadulterated hatred. How does a person become so consumed with animosity for a fellow human being?

Apparently, the subject has been studied, and Berezow provides some helpful pointers from an FBI analyst:

Though his article is about the behavior of hate groups, such as Neo-Nazis, his model appears to have some applicability to personal acts of hatred toward individuals. In summary, the seven stages are:

The haters find other haters to validate their hatred.

The hate group defines itself through symbols, rituals, and mythologies. More.

Examples are offered.

This is an unusual post from a science writer because most would respond by making up stories about how “we evolved to” behave that way, even though most extant human beings in North America do not sympathize with it. Some called for her to be fired – wrongly, in my view. She should be allowed to say it so that we can find out what she thinks and she can find out what the rest of us think about that peacefully.

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Barbara Bush

Barbara Bush (1928–2018), like Rose Kennedy (1890-1995), was a matriarch who did her duty to her family, not a cruel dictator. Hating the Kennedy brothers or George H.W. or George W. Bush might make sense, depending on one’s politics and fortunes, but most people see random assaults on the famous dead, whatever their role, as undignified and uncivilized. My compatriot, Mark Steyn, struck the right note when he said, “spare a thought this morning for George Bush Sr on the first day in three-quarters of a century without the great love of his life.” Yes, even if one has no use for the old fellow’s politics.

It’s an old concept, summed up by the Romans as nil nisi bonum: In general, speak nothing but good of the dead (at the time of their passing). Save the evaluations for later. – O’Leary for News

Note: In general, a hate group is just a group of people who happen to hate the same thing. The more eccentric the choice of target, the harder it would be to form a group. Neo-Nazis might find it easier to organize than a handful who truly hate the late Mrs. Bush.

See also: “Erased” paleontologist Bechly gets support from Science and Health Council

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From American Council for Science and Health: Journalists’ war on science

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The Poisoned Gift: Wu Weishan’s Statue of Marx in Trier

May 5: the unveiling of a Chinese statue in the birthplace of Karl Marx on the 200th anniversary of his birth.

Standing amidst the bustle of Trier’s central Hauptmarkt, one soon senses the immense weight of history that exerts itself upon the environs. To the north squats the forbidding Porta Nigra, with its roughly hammer-hewn ironstone, while to the south looms the Aula Palatina, a gargantuan late-antique basilica “which probably never had the least beauty,” as the 19thcentury visitor George Waring, Jr. rightly put it. Towering even higher to the east is the Cathedral of Trier, a marvel from without and within, given its variegated facade, its store of prized relics, which include the skull of Saint Helena and the Seamless Robe of Jesus, and the incomparable stucco-work that graces the west-end choir. The Judenpforte that leads into the Judengasse is likewise visible from the Hauptmarkt, a haunting reminder of a community that weathered massacres in 1096 and 1348, expulsions in 1351 and 1418, riots in 1675, the Pogromnacht of November 9, 1938, and the subsequent Shoah. But it is possible that none of these venerable structures have cast so long a shadow as that of the delicate three-story Baroque townhouse located at Brückenstraße 10 (formerly Brückengasse 664), just a five-minute walk away down the Fleischstraße, where on the fifth of May, 1818 a son was born to Herr Heinrich and Frau Henrietta Marx, and was given the name of Karl.

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L.A. Antifa Group Hangs Trump in Effigy, Calls for ‘Revolutionary Violence’ Against ‘the Capitalist State’

An antifa group in Los Angeles celebrated May Day by holding a small march, hanging a Trump effigy, and advocating for “revolutionary violence” against the “capitalist state” in order to “create real political power.”

“We must carry out military actions against the enemies of the people!”

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Victory for free speech: UK Universities Minister bans student trend of censoring controversial speakers

Sam Gyimah, the universities minister

Student zealots will be banned from censoring controversial speakers on campuses following the first ministerial intervention on free speech in 30 years.

Sam Gyimah, the universities minister, has announced tough new guidance which will see institutions disciplined if they allow valid debates to be shut down.

He vowed to stamp out the ‘chilling’ trend of speakers being blocked from campuses simply because there is institutional hostility to unfashionable views.

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The Ugly Canadian

Yes, America, Erynn Brook Hates You

Whiteness is not real, it is an idea that is killing us.

Whiteness is what causes white supremacy and Nazi ideology.

Whiteness is what makes us afraid to take the bus late at night.

Whiteness is what puts people like Donald Trump in the White House. . . .

All this time they’ve been telling us the lie that was keeping us in place. . . . We never stood a chance against the imperialist, capitalist, ableist, hetero-normative, patriarchal, white-supremacist machine that sucked us in and brainwashed us . . .

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